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20th Jul '17 11:30:02 PM Twentington
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** Similarly, Interstate 70 originally shunted off onto US 40 in the small town of Kirkersville, Ohio, until the rest of the freeway was built to the west in TheSixties. The "shunt" was left partially intact, and the former eastbound lanes of the shunt now serve as [[https://www.google.com/maps/@39.9526333,-82.6059135,1711m/data=!3m1!1e3 the northernmost portion]] of SR 158.
20th Jul '17 11:25:16 PM Twentington
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** In extreme cases, an entire wing of vacant stores may be walled off so that the public cannot access it, or even torn down.

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** In extreme cases, an entire wing of vacant stores may be walled off so that the public cannot access it, or even torn down. Even in cases where the mall is "demalled" and turned back into a normal strip, a portion of the enclosed mall concourse may still remain -- either to access a single store, or merely as a service hallway inaccessible to the general public.
28th Jun '17 5:30:47 PM nombretomado
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* The BerlinUAndSBahn got subjected to this trope during the Cold War when the city was divided into east and west. Whilst most lines running east-west were simply closed or terminated at the Wall, a few lines connecting parts of West Berlin unavoidably passed through East Berlin. As a result and to prevent defections, public access to stations along these routes were blocked off and both stations and lines removed from East German maps, whilst from the Western POV trains simply did not stop at the now-disused stations. Their dim lighting and the sight of border guards peering out was what first gave rise to the nickname "ghost stations", a full list of which can be found on TheOtherWiki [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghost_station#List_of_all_Berlin_ghost_stations here]].

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* The BerlinUAndSBahn got subjected to this trope during the Cold War when the city was divided into east and west. Whilst most lines running east-west were simply closed or terminated at the Wall, a few lines connecting parts of West Berlin unavoidably passed through East Berlin. As a result and to prevent defections, public access to stations along these routes were blocked off and both stations and lines removed from East German maps, whilst from the Western POV trains simply did not stop at the now-disused stations. Their dim lighting and the sight of border guards peering out was what first gave rise to the nickname "ghost stations", a full list of which can be found on TheOtherWiki Wiki/TheOtherWiki [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghost_station#List_of_all_Berlin_ghost_stations here]].
23rd Jun '17 11:37:49 PM wolftickets1969
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** Silverstone's famous Bridge Corner section between Abbey and Brooklands was decommissioned in 2010 when the circuit was redesigned to accommodate the Moto GP, being replaced by the current Arena turn complex leading onto the National (now Wellington) Straight before rejoining the original GP layout at Brooklands. The Bridge segment's tarmac was left in place as a spectating area.

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** Silverstone's famous Bridge Corner section between Abbey and Brooklands was decommissioned in 2010 when the circuit was redesigned to better accommodate the Moto GP, GP races, being replaced by the current Arena turn complex leading onto the National (now Wellington) Straight before rejoining the original GP layout at Brooklands. The Bridge segment's tarmac was left in place as a spectating area.
23rd Jun '17 11:36:48 PM wolftickets1969
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** Silverstone GP's western segment, which included the Abbey Chicane, Bridge and Priory turns, was decommissioned in 2010 when the circuit was redesigned to accommodate the Moto GP, being replaced by the current Arena turn sequence leading onto the National (now Wellington) Straight before rejoining the original GP layout at Brooklands. The Bridge segment's tarmac was left in place as a spectating area.

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** Silverstone GP's western segment, which included the Abbey Chicane, Silverstone's famous Bridge Corner section between Abbey and Priory turns, Brooklands was decommissioned in 2010 when the circuit was redesigned to accommodate the Moto GP, being replaced by the current Arena turn sequence complex leading onto the National (now Wellington) Straight before rejoining the original GP layout at Brooklands. The Bridge segment's tarmac was left in place as a spectating area.
23rd Jun '17 11:30:56 PM wolftickets1969
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** Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, similar to Hockenheim, was cut down to less than half its length upon redesign; unlike that, the public roads making up the old portion are still drivable.

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** Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, similar to Hockenheim, was cut down to less than half its former length upon redesign; unlike that, the public roads making up the old portion are still drivable.
23rd Jun '17 11:27:39 PM wolftickets1969
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** Hockenheimring's [[TheyChangedItNowItSucks controversial]] 2002 redesign eliminated the forested Ostkurve section in favor of more tight corners. The Ostkurve's right of way is still visible, but no longer drivable due being demolished and replanted with trees. However, much of the original Dreieckskurs (Triangle) layout remains intact, though the southern tip was cut off from the rest of the course by the construction of Autobahn 6 in 1965.

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** Hockenheimring's [[TheyChangedItNowItSucks controversial]] 2002 redesign eliminated the forested Ostkurve section in favor of more tight corners. The Ostkurve's right of way is still visible, but no longer drivable due being demolished and replanted with trees. However, much of the original Dreieckskurs (Triangle) layout remains intact, intact as public or service roads, though the southern tip was cut off from the rest of the course by the construction of Autobahn 6 in 1965.
23rd Jun '17 11:26:38 PM wolftickets1969
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** Hockenheimring's [[TheyChangedItNowItSucks controversial]] 2002 redesign eliminated the forested Ostkurve section in favor of more tight corners. The Ostkurve's right of way is still visible, but no longer drivable due being demolished and replanted with trees. However, much of the tarmac from the original Dreieckskurs (Triangle) layout remains intact, though the southern tip was cut off from the rest of the course by the construction of Autobahn 6 in 1965.

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** Hockenheimring's [[TheyChangedItNowItSucks controversial]] 2002 redesign eliminated the forested Ostkurve section in favor of more tight corners. The Ostkurve's right of way is still visible, but no longer drivable due being demolished and replanted with trees. However, much of the tarmac from the original Dreieckskurs (Triangle) layout remains intact, though the southern tip was cut off from the rest of the course by the construction of Autobahn 6 in 1965.
23rd Jun '17 11:24:06 PM wolftickets1969
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** Hockenheimring's [[TheyChangedItNowItSucks controversial]] 2002 redesign eliminated the forested Ostkurve section in favor of more tight corners. The Ostkurve's right of way is still visible, but no longer drivable due being demolished and replanted with trees. However, much of the tarmac from the original Dreieckskurs (Triangle) layout remains intact, the exceptions being the northwestern leg and the southern tip, the latter being demolished during construction of Autobahn 6 in 1965.

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** Hockenheimring's [[TheyChangedItNowItSucks controversial]] 2002 redesign eliminated the forested Ostkurve section in favor of more tight corners. The Ostkurve's right of way is still visible, but no longer drivable due being demolished and replanted with trees. However, much of the tarmac from the original Dreieckskurs (Triangle) layout remains intact, the exceptions being the northwestern leg and though the southern tip, tip was cut off from the latter being demolished during rest of the course by the construction of Autobahn 6 in 1965.
23rd Jun '17 11:17:32 PM wolftickets1969
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** Hockenheimring's 2002 redesign eliminated the forested Ostkurve section in favor of more tight corners. The Ostkurve's right of way is still visible, but no longer drivable due being demolished and replanted with trees. However, much of the tarmac from the original Dreieckskurs (Triangle) layout remains intact, the exceptions being the northwestern leg and the southern tip, the latter being demolished during construction of Autobahn 6 in 1965.

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** Hockenheimring's [[TheyChangedItNowItSucks controversial]] 2002 redesign eliminated the forested Ostkurve section in favor of more tight corners. The Ostkurve's right of way is still visible, but no longer drivable due being demolished and replanted with trees. However, much of the tarmac from the original Dreieckskurs (Triangle) layout remains intact, the exceptions being the northwestern leg and the southern tip, the latter being demolished during construction of Autobahn 6 in 1965.
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