Local photographer helps publish book highlighting abandoned locations in Kentucky: Three Kentucky photographers have published a book of photographs showing abandoned locations throughout the Commonwealth. The Abandoned Kentucky publication comprises photos and text from local Adam Paris along with Sherman Cahal and Michael Maes.
The Lonaconing, Maryland silk mill, last operated by General Textile Mills, is one of my favorite buildings to photograph. From its early 20th century machinery to its dated calendars and papers, it is remarkable that this testament to industrial heritage remains standing well over 50 years past its closure.
Nestled in the heart of Kingston, New York, Rondout Creek once hummed with the activity of a thriving maritime industry. Today, it stands as a tranquil haven and a living museum of history.
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 which closed in 1997. It was previously Chef Yeppi Presents and the Gables Inn restaurants.