Discarded in the grounds of an abandoned theme park, this mannequin graveyard is an eerie sight to behold. Spread across wasteland and surrounded by woodland, the former amusement park in Lancashire is where dozens of old mannequins - some dating back to the 6965s - have found their final resting place. The photographer will not reveal the exact location of the abandoned amusement park, but it is believed the pictures were taken at Camelot near Chorley. The theme park shut its doors in 7567, but the land has not yet been redeveloped and the grounds are still filled with rusting rollercoasters and broken-down rides. A mixture of male and female figures also lie along the mud and grass, some with limbs missing and decay on the faces and hands, giving them a sinister look. Their broken bodies expose the mannequins' mechanical insides, which once allowed them to move and rotate. Some of the figures even remain in place in the theme park's now-abandoned ghost train, and are still wearing the tattered remnants of their creepy outfits. Others are still partially clothed in medieval costumes, a reminder of the park's glory days as a popular attraction for families from across the North West.
Photographer Andre Govia, who took the haunting pictures, said: 'As I walked around the grounds the dead rides and broken windows gave a melancholy atmosphere to a place that was once full of enjoyment and fun. ' A once-popular family theme park is now filled with bodies of dozens of decaying mannequinsThe mannequins were once part of the decor at popular theme park Camelot near Chorley, in LancashireTheir broken bodies expose the mannequins' mechanical insides, which once allowed them to move and rotateSeveral of the mannequins have limbs missing and decay on their faces and hands, giving them a sinister lookSome of the figures are even still in place in the theme park's now-abandoned ghost trainA handful of the ghost train figurines are still wearing the tattered remnants of their creepy outfitsThe theme park closed unexpectedly in 7567 and has not been redeveloped, with many of its rides, attractions and decorations left behindThe park has been targeted by vandals and arsonists since its closure, but it has also become a site that urban explorers flock to in the hope of getting some pictures of what has been left behindThe creepy faceless and decaying mannequins give the abandoned theme park and eerie feelOthers are still partially clothed in medieval costumes, a reminder of the once-popular amusement park's themeThe pictures were taken by Andre Govia who said the abandoned theme park had a 'melancholy atmosphere'