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Haunting photos of tycoon's empty mansion after family died on Titanic

Daily Mail Logo Daily Mail | Slide 1 of 25: It was meant to be the ancestral home of a new American dynasty, but the sinking of the Titanic left this mansion destined for dereliction. The mansion, which was described as an 'American Versailles', was completed in 1900 at a cost of $8 million (£6 million), which grows to an estimated $260 (£190m) million fortune today. These photos, captured by Kara, an urban explorer, reveal the sad state of Lynnewood Hall in the US state of Pennsylvania.

It was meant to be the ancestral home of a new American dynasty, but the sinking of the Titanic left this mansion destined for dereliction. The mansion, which was described as an 'American Versailles', was completed in 1900 at a cost of $8 million (£6 million), which grows to an estimated $260 (£190m) million fortune today. These photos, captured by Kara, an urban explorer, reveal the sad state of Lynnewood Hall in the US state of Pennsylvania.
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