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St. Boniface Catholic Church

St. Boniface Catholic Church

St. Boniface Catholic Church is an abandoned Roman Catholic church in Chicago, Illinois. It was constructed between 1902-04 and closed in 1990. The property is proposed to be converted into residential units and a music school.

Pennsylvania Railroad YMCA

Pennsylvania Railroad YMCA

The Pennsylvania Railroad YMCA in East Canton, Ohio served railroad workers for the Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago Railway (PFW&C). It provided overnight lodging, baths, meeting space and other accommodations for railroad workers. The PFW&C was operated by the Pennsylvania Railroad Eastern Division.

Burch High School

Burch High School

Burch High School is an abandoned high school in Delbarton, West Virginia.

Burlington Northern Railroad 9917

Railroad Locomotive Graveyard

Located on the tracks of the former U.S. Steel McDonald Works are dozens of locomotives either in various stages of disassembly or intact, awaiting refurbishment.

Sweet Springs Resort

Sweet Springs Resort

Sweet Springs is a former springs resort, sanatorium, hospital and nursing home in rural eastern West Virginia.

Morris Memorial Hospital for Crippled Children

Morris Memorial Hospital for Crippled Children

The Morris Memorial Hospital for Crippled Children is a historic medical center in Milton, West Virginia. The facility was built in phases from 1936 to 1941 by the Works Progress Administration (WPA) for children stricken with polio. It is being renovated into a resort.

Jackson Sanatorium

Jackson Sanatorium

The Jackson Sanatorium is a former resort and sanatorium in Dansville, New York that focused on recuperation through hydrotherapy and a diet focused on fruits, vegetables, and grains.

Horace Mann School

Horace Mann School

Horace Mann School is an abandoned school in Gary, Indiana. It is named after a school reformer who believed that society could not exist without equal access to public education.

MetroHealth Clement Center

MetroHealth Clement Center

MetroHealth Clement Center was a MetroHealth medical clinic in Cleveland, Ohio. It was named after Dr. Kenneth W. Clement, a physician, teacher, and civil rights advocate.

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