President Casino Barge - after Katrina in Biloxi, MS

From ruined hill-top castles to floating hotels, Kent has its fair share of abandoned buildings - here we look at some of the most interesting. With it’s 230+ year old history, there are many abandoned places in Maryland. From creepy amusement parks to insane asylums to ship graveyards, there is no shortage of history or creepy places to… Ex-Casino Deck Barge: LA: $400,000 $250,000: The barge is reported to be in excellent condition: TM2097D 220' 54' 14' Key Way Deck Barge: TX: $945,000 $900,000: Barge is reported to be in good condition: tug tugs tug tugs tugboat tugboats tow towboat pushboat pushboats push boat boats barge barges deck spud barges crewboat crewboats cranes crawler draglines marsh buggy buggys buggies hopper This barge was used as a Casino. Gambling equipment has been removed. VESSEL IDENTIFIER: LVC10 Price: U.S. $1,200,000.00 The casino was built by Harrah’s Corporation in 1993. It was the second to open in Vicksburg after riverboat gambling was authorised by state law. At that time, a casino had to be on a floating plant, so all the gambling facilities were on a barge made to look like a paddle steamer (Which of course it wasn’t). This is the President Casino Barge after the hurricane surge from Katrina washed it inland and ended up on the north side of hwy 90. Killucan Canal Barge – Abandoned On The Royal Canal. Killucan was once a busy spot on the Royal Canal however as transport moved to other means, many canal barges, including this one, became abandoned. Old Lodge – An Abandoned House in New York State. Old Lodge was built around 1890 in Tomkin’s Cove, New York and has been a hotel and private residence over the years. It is now abandoned

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