This stunning Gothic Revival residence in Ithaca, New York was constructed in 1880. For many years, the long vacant property served as Turback’s Restaurant, Chef Yeppi Presents and the Gables Inn.
Once considered outdated and redneck, dirt oval racetracks have made a resurgence across the rural swaths of America. With unending regulations and expensive fares making it hard to justify trips to a NASCAR race track, local dirt track racing has come back full throttle. There are exceptions.
The Longaberger Company is a manufacturer of handcrafted maple wood baskets based near Newark, Ohio. Once employing a thousand manufacturing baskets, the company has just 35 on payroll today. Sales peaked at over $1 billion in 2000, declining to just about $100 million today.
East Liverpool, Ohio is the classic definition of the Rust Belt. Historically, it was referred to as the the “Crockery City” and “Pottery Capital of the World” due to a large number of potteries in the region.
The former St. Joseph Riverside Hospital in Warren, Ohio nothing more than a scrapped, flooded, and fire-damaged carcass of a building.
Recently traveling back from Vermont, I came across several heritage locomotives on the Cooperstown and Charlotte Valley Railroad.
There are times when I revisit an old friend and discover something new.
Located along the Youghiogheny River in the mountains of western Maryland is the historic community of Sang Run.