Revisiting the Genesee Power Station
I recently I visited the abandoned Genesee Power Station in the Southern Tier of New York on two separate occasions, and from my first visit early in 2017, not much has thankfully changed. Absent a camper’s fire in the turbine hall, nothing has been scrapped, nothing has been graffitied, nothing has been vandalized.
Preview the New Abandoned Kentucky Book
We are bursting with pride to be able to hold our finished book, Abandoned Kentucky, in our hands. We were…
Revisiting the Jefferson School
There are times when I revisit an old friend and discover something new, such as the case of the long-abandoned Jefferson School in Wheeling, West Virginia. I had not discovered much about the historic structure other than coming upon its demolition in 2013.
Two churches, two similar stories
There is a tale of two churches in Cincinnati, Ohio with two similar stories: Our Lady of Perpetual Help and the First German Reformed Church.