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On Harbor Island sits one of the best places to see graffiti art in the Pacific Northwest: the decaying 13-story Fisher Flour Mill.Under the cover of night, street artists (and the occasional drifter) sneak into the giant building to make it their home.The spot has become a favorite of photographers and urban explorers as well, but everyone is "technically" trespassing.So if you do decide to make the trek, do so with caution.A collection of several train cabooses was abandoned along Highway 101 on Discovery Bay until 2014 when someone saw the potential for these forgotten treasures.Now, the brightly colored cars house an ice cream parlor, pizza shop, and mini-golf course all overlooking the waterfront.The massive tunnel suffered a failure in 2006, so it is unsafe to travel through right now.But a safe viewing area has been set up for hikers to marvel at the tunnel along the gently sloping trail.

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Obviously that never happened, so the Army abandoned the site in 1974 and portions of the land were turned into Nike Park.

Fort Casey was constructed in 1897 as part of the “triangle of fire” meant to protect the Puget Sound from enemies by sea, although it became practically useless with the invention of the airplane in 1903.

The area is now a 476-acre marine camping park that houses the Admiralty Head Lighthouse, and three miles of the Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail wrap around the scenic park.

The cooling tower in Satsop was already 76% complete at the time, leaving a beautiful landmark that is now a technology and business park.

This sprawling six-mile trail built over the abandoned Pacific Northern Railroad grade in the Cascades is about 60 miles northeast of Seattle and is home to the Old Cascade Tunnel -- a tunnel once used to offer protection from the snow.

Obviously that never happened, so the Army abandoned the site in 1974 and portions of the land were turned into Nike Park.

Fort Casey was constructed in 1897 as part of the “triangle of fire” meant to protect the Puget Sound from enemies by sea, although it became practically useless with the invention of the airplane in 1903.

The area is now a 476-acre marine camping park that houses the Admiralty Head Lighthouse, and three miles of the Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail wrap around the scenic park.

The cooling tower in Satsop was already 76% complete at the time, leaving a beautiful landmark that is now a technology and business park.

This sprawling six-mile trail built over the abandoned Pacific Northern Railroad grade in the Cascades is about 60 miles northeast of Seattle and is home to the Old Cascade Tunnel -- a tunnel once used to offer protection from the snow.

In another abandoned ghost town sits the Govan schoolhouse, a super-creepy building where the children of railway workers helping to build the Central Washington Railway were educated -- until US Route 2 passed it by in 1933, prompting most people in the area to move elsewhere.