Once home to 5,259 people and abandoned in 1974, Hashima island was transformed by storms and decay into the incredible Gunkanjima: Battleship Island. Here's a tour.
Decades of storms and decay have transformed Japan's tiny Hashima Island, once home to 5,259 people, into the haunting and incredible Gunkanjima: Battleship Island. Here's a tour.
The mighty USS Iowa sits in the Port of Los Angeles, a quiet retirement for a ship that served for 47 years and across 2 wars. Here's a full tour of this historic ship.
The massive and mighty USS Iowa served in WWII, Korea, and again in the 80s. Now it sits quietly at the Port of Los Angeles. Here's the full tour.
From Pearl Harbor to London to Normandy and beyond, the battlefields and machines of World War II survive and are maintained as museums. Here are photo tours of a few of the famous sites.
Technically Incorrect: Paul Allen says he's used high-tech methods to locate the Musashi, which was considered an "engineering marvel" and was sunk by US warplanes in 1944.
After 18 years of service, the diesel-electric submarine Akishio of the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force was decommissioned. Today you can tour it as part of the JMSDF Kure Museum. The adjacent Kure Maritime Museum holds its own attractions, including a 1/10th-scale model of the largest battleship ever built, the Yamato.
In an interview promoting her song on the "Star Trek: Beyond" soundtrack, the popstar confesses her love for Star Trek.
The new Kyoto Railway Museum showcases nearly 150 years of train travel in Japan, from early steam locomotives to the ultramodern Shinkansen bullet trains. Here's a full tour.
Take this tour of tours through battlefields, battleships, airfields, aircraft, and more from around the world.