Should I continue to allow three votes for more than 10 screenshots?
Yes 91% 
No 9% 
Given the overwhelming support in the poll, I was debating on whether to continue the 3 votes thing this round; but since we're just short of 10 entries we'll go back to single votes for now. Either way, it'll be hard to choose with all these wonderful shots!
Anyway here are the entries, get voting!BW89
The ex Low Speed Train Network is replaced with buses and a High speed train but there are still two trains on the heavy damaged tracks.Emperor Jake
There are tow Planes on the abandoned Airport.
Rusting steam locomotives sit in the siding at Pontardawe awaiting the scrapper's torch. Their replacement, a DMU, pulls out of the station on its morning passenger run. A disused branch extends to the south.kamnet
A post-war town, once a vital transport link, has been left to abandon and rot. Scrappers have started pulling up sections of track, while the road infrastructure and buildings crumble and decay. Vehicles, no longer needed, are left abandoned in the streets, rusting away.NCommander
As it turns out, I got a screenshot in my current MP game that works great for the Abandonment theme.nodrog289
The Cockburn branch, built in 1921, is one of the most distinctive pieces abandoned pieces of infrastructure built by the legendary WEWRailroad. Now obsecured in the city of downtown Cockburn, the original station was the first passenger service run by the WWR
Originally built as a shuttle service to connect nearby cities to Cockburn airport, the line was extended northward to Lyon division creating the first connection between WWE's northern and western divisions. Due to single track operations, and sharp corners, only a few trains could pass through day at low speeds over the distinctive twin bridges. The branch line was electrified in 1942, lasting only until 1950 when the new Cockburn station was developed in the south, and passenger service was discontinued to Cockburn Central. The Lanstrend Act provided government funding to build a new dual track line now known as the Empire Connection, bypassing the original 1920 alignment. Goods service lasted until 1960 using the northern division tracks when the Empire Connection was finally completed.
The only sign of the Cockburn branch on the north division is a single crossover near a fruit station.
Despite nearly a decade since the last train rolled over the Twin Bridges, Cockburn Station itself remains in operation serving as a passenger waiting area for streetcars. The tracks and some of the original semaphores have been left in place, though parts of the rails have been stolen by scrappers.
The newly opened Glasgow Transport Museum houses the very first train that 'Don't Freight' purchased. Pilot
A 0-8-0 Freight Engine used to carry coal from the nearby mine, over to Stirling Powerplant - but at 25 years old, it now lives a peaceful 'abandoned' lifestyle in the Museum.
All that remains of the train station in the village of Geringswalde are the platforms. The station was modernised in 1976, however, was soon abandoned in 1978 when there was a mass exodus from the town following the collapse of the local mining industry. Whilst trains still thunder through at speeds exceeding 200km/h, they no longer stop in the sleepy village. Over the years, the shelters and passenger information displays have been removed, and the steps to the underpass bricked up. Upon closure of the station, the loop line, which allowed express trains to pass stopping trains here was also taken out of use, and whilst officially still a part of the network, is now devoid of track, having been stolen by those hoping to make what little cash there is still to make in the village. The little bus that now services the village every Tuesday (to allow people to the Market in nearby Gundelsheim) can be seen just underneath the railway bridge, whilst a Regio Express train, on one of the services that used to stop here, blasts through the site of the former station.piratescooby
The abandoned village of Ogri'la being repopulated thanks to the two new factories.Quast65
The Mothball AirforceSwissFan91
Sheerness-on-Sea Railway Station, 2017 & 1940. Once a bustling terminal for holidaymakers and industry, Sheerness-on-Sea is now almost abandoned with only two Southeastern trains per hour to Sittingbourne for a connection to London.