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Abandoned VHS Store in the USA (21 photos)

This family-owned video rental shop, which opened in the 1980s, served as a gathering place for neighbors and friends to chat, browse movies, and relive old favorites. However, the era of movie rentals has faded, and the owner transitioned to DVD rentals in the early 2000s. After more than 30 years of service, the owner closed the shop, leaving it abandoned.

Abandoned VHS Store in the USA (21 photos)
Abandoned VHS Store in the USA (21 photos)
Abandoned VHS Store in the USA (21 photos)
Abandoned VHS Store in the USA (21 photos)
Abandoned VHS Store in the USA (21 photos)
Abandoned VHS Store in the USA (21 photos)
Abandoned VHS Store in the USA (21 photos)
Abandoned VHS Store in the USA (21 photos)
Abandoned VHS Store in the USA (21 photos)
Abandoned VHS Store in the USA (21 photos)
Abandoned VHS Store in the USA (21 photos)
Abandoned VHS Store in the USA (21 photos)
Abandoned VHS Store in the USA (21 photos)
Abandoned VHS Store in the USA (21 photos)
Abandoned VHS Store in the USA (21 photos)
Abandoned VHS Store in the USA (21 photos)
Abandoned VHS Store in the USA (21 photos)
Abandoned VHS Store in the USA (21 photos)
Abandoned VHS Store in the USA (21 photos)
Abandoned VHS Store in the USA (21 photos)
Abandoned VHS Store in the USA (21 photos)

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