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Miles Park Methodist Church

Miles Park Methodist Church

The Miles Park Methodist Church, later home to the Pentecostal Determine Church of God, is an abandoned church at 9105 Miles Park Avenue in the Union-Miles Park neighborhood of Cleveland, Ohio.

Traverse City State Hospital

Traverse City State Hospital

The Traverse City State Hospital, also known as the Northern Michigan Asylum and the Traverse City Regional Psychiatric Hospital at different times in its history, is a closed psychiatric facility in Traverse City, Michigan.

New York, Ontario and Western Railway

Northfield Tunnel

The Northfield Tunnel is an abandoned railroad tunnel under Northfield Mountain along the New York, Ontario & Western Railway near Merrickville, New York.

Eastern Kentucky Railway Tunnel No. 4

Tunnel No. 4

Tunnel No. 4, also known as the Callahan Tunnel, is an abandoned railroad tunnel in eastern Kentucky.

Aetnaville Bridge

Aetnaville Bridge

The Aetnaville Bridge is an historic, abandoned bridge that spans the west channel of the Ohio River between the former village of Aetnaville in Bridgeport, Ohio and Wheeling Island in Wheeling, West Virginia.

Snyder House

Snyder House

The Captain Sampson Snyder Farm is a historic property with an abandoned house located in Randolph County, West Virginia.

Bethel Holy Temple

Abandoned Churches in Pennsylvania

Abandoned churches in Pennsylvania serve as somber markers of the state’s intricate and profound history. Scattered across both rural and urban settings, these buildings act as silent witnesses to the changing population dynamics and economic conditions within the area.

Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railroad

Tunnel No. 4

Tunnel No. 4 is an abandoned tunnel situated along the Pennsylvania Railroad’s Panhandle Line in eastern Ohio.

Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railroad

Tunnel No. 5

Tunnel No. 5 is an abandoned tunnel situated along the Pennsylvania Railroad’s Panhandle Line in eastern Ohio.

Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railroad

Tunnel No. 6

Tunnel No. 6 is an abandoned tunnel situated along the Pennsylvania Railroad’s Panhandle Line in eastern Ohio.

Keystone Furnace

Keystone Furnace

The Keystone Furnace was constructed in 1848 in the Hanging Rock Iron Region near Jackson, Ohio.

Mt. Savage Furnace

Mt. Savage Furnace

The Mt. Savage Furnace was constructed in 1848 in the Hanging Rock Iron Region of Carter County, Kentucky.

Pine Grove Furnace

Pine Grove Furnace

The Pine Grove Furnace is an abandoned pig iron furnace in the Hanging Rock Iron Region in Greenup County, Kentucky.

Raccoon Furnace

Raccoon Furnace

The Raccoon Furnace is an abandoned pig iron furnace in the Hanging Rock Iron Region in Greenup County, Kentucky.

Newlee Iron Furnace

Newlee Iron Furnace

The Newlee Iron Furnace, situated in Cumberland Gap, Tennessee, is an abandoned pig iron blast furnace.

Slate Furnace

Slate Furnace

The Slate Furnace is an abandoned pig iron furnace in the Red River Iron Region near Owingsville, Kentucky.

Sand Fork General Store

Abandoned Businesses in Ohio

In Ohio, derelict businesses scattered throughout the state bear witness to the shifts in industry and commerce, highlighting the struggle to keep pace with the evolving economic demands and technological advancements. These vacant buildings, from small shops to large manufacturing plants, serve as silent testaments to the economic transitions and the search for new opportunities.

Wilgus School

Abandoned Schools in Ohio

In Ohio, deserted schools mark the passage of time and the evolution of the state’s educational and economic environment. Positioned throughout Ohio’s diverse landscapes, these once-thriving institutions of learning now stand empty, a reflection of the shifting educational needs, economic restructuring, and urban migration patterns.

West Stouts Run Church

Abandoned Churches in Ohio

In Ohio, derelict churches are emblematic of the state’s evolving social and industrial backdrop. These forsaken structures, found throughout Ohio’s diverse landscapes, from bustling cities to quiet countryside, once buzzed with the energy of communal worship and social gatherings.

LaGrange Furnace

LaGrange Furnace

The LaGrange Furnace is an abandoned pig iron furnace in the Hanging Rock Iron Region of Lawrence County, Ohio.