The Curtin Bridge carried WV Routes 20 and 55 over the Gauley River near Curtin, West Virginia.
The abandoned lime kilns at Eagle Rock, Virginia were operated by a series of entities between 1878 and 1954.
Memorial Tunnel formerly carried the West Virginia Turnpike under Paint Creek Mountain in Kanawha County, West Virginia.
The former Ashland Oil and Refining Company Home Office was located at the corner of Winchester Avenue and 14th Street in downtown Ashland, Kentucky. After being abandoned for a number of years, it was demolished in 2022.
The Boone Tunnel is an abandoned bore for US Route 68 in the vicinity of the Kentucky River in Jessamine County, Kentucky.
Tri-County Mall was an enclosed shopping mall in Springdale, Ohio. It opened in 1960 as an open-air shopping center and enclosed in 1967-68. Tri-County is being redeveloped into a massive mixed-use residential and commercial project that will leave portions of the original mall intact.
This is a gallery of abandoned residences in Tennessee.
Briceville is a former coal camp developed by the Knoxville Iron Company in Anderson County, Tennessee.
Briceville Air Force Base is a former radar installation atop Cross Mountain in Tennessee. It was designed to provide an early warning system for Oak Ridge.
The Tibbals Flooring Company (and later Armstrong Flooring) is a former parquet and residential hardwood flooring manufacturer in Tennessee.
The Tennessee Railroad is a former coal-hauling railroad between Oneida and Fork Mountain, Tennessee. It is also notable for once hosting a passenger excursion train in the 2000s.
The abandoned Tunnel Nos. 3 and 4 along the Cincinnati, New Orleans, and Texas Pacific Railway is located near Burnside, Kentucky.
A rustic copy of Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre was constructed adjacent to a historic inn along Elkhorn Creek in McDowell County, West Virginia.
The 3.9-mile Cincinnati & Southern Ohio River Railroad (C&SOR) was completed from the Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis & Chicago Railway…
Springton is a former coal camp developed by the Spring Coal Mining Company in Mercer County, West Virginia.
The Norfolk & Western Railway Pocahontas Branch is an abandoned 4½-mile coal-hauling rail line near Pocahontas, Virginia.
The Norfolk & Western Railway Bluestone Branch is an abandoned 17-mile coal-hauling rail line along the Bluestone River in West Virginia.
This is a gallery of abandoned residences in Ohio.
Tams is a former coal camp developed by the Gulf Smokeless Coal Company in Wyoming County, West Virginia.
This is a gallery of abandoned schools in West Virginia.
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