With its understated exterior of beige brick, fronted with vacant retail and derelict apartments, one could not know that the historic Euclid Theater in East Cleveland, Ohio had its beginnings at the busiest street corner west of New York City.
It's been a long 16 years. That's how long Abandoned, one of the oldest websites dedicated to ruin exploration, has been active. In part, it's success has been because of your continued support.
Abandoned is an expensive venture. Yearly, it's $1,200 just to operate our server; $250 for domain names; and $500 in legal costs. That's a lot that we pay out-of-pocket so that you and others like you can enjoy this site and all of its features advertisement free.
Thank you for being a loyal reader to Abandoned for the past 16 years! Over time, we have consumed a ridiculous amount of beer to write hundreds of articles and publish thousands of photos on this site.
In fact, we are enjoying a locally crafted brew right now writing this in one of Cleveland, Ohio's many venues.
Help keep this site flowing and free by buying his a delicious beverage to help us get through the day.