The production of pig iron, munitions, and tools in the Between Rivers, Green River, Hanging Rock, Red River, and Rolling Fork Iron Regions in Kentucky, Ohio, and West Virginia, as well as other regions of the United States, was facilitated by the availability of charcoal timber, iron ore, and limestone as raw materials for the furnaces.
The Buckeye Furnace is a historic blast furnace located within the Hanging Rock Iron Region near Keystone and Wellston, Ohio.
The Dry Fork Bridge carried the Red Creek Turnpike (today’s WV CR 32/8) over Red Creek in Dry Fork, West Virginia.
The Cass Bridge carried CR 7/1 over Deer Creek near Cass, West Virginia.
A gallery of abandoned industries in the United States.
This is a gallery of fire lookout towers in the United States.
The Cincinnati & Eastern Railroad (C&E) is an active and out-of-service railroad between Cincinnati and Portsmouth, Ohio.
This is a gallery of abandoned residences in West Virginia.
This is a gallery of abandoned and forgotten communities in Kentucky.
Hudson River State Hospital is an abandoned mental institution in Poughkeepsie, New York, and was the first state hospital for the insane located on land received, by gift, from the citizens of the county. The site is being redeveloped into a mixed-use commercial, medical, and residential development.
This is a gallery of abandoned residences in Kentucky.
The Highland Drive Veterans Administration Hospital is a former medical center in Pennsylvania, operating from 1953 to 2013.
West Virginia Penitentiary is a former prison that operated between 1876 and 1995 in Moundsville, West Virginia. It is currently a tourist attraction and training facility.
This is a gallery of abandoned residences in Virginia.
Lila Acheson Wallace was part of a fleet of vessels that cruised New York Harbor and other waterways, giving indigent children and their caregivers healthcare services to children, and health and nutrition education to their caregivers.
Upper Canada was an automobile and passenger ferry that operated between 1949 and 2000 in Canada.
Along Rondout Creek in Kingston, New York, are the remnants of barges from the Cornell Steamboat Company.
Hazel Hill is a historic residence from the early 19th century, situated in the heart of Kentucky, and is a classic example of antebellum architecture.
A gallery of abandoned vehicles, including automobiles, boats, and tractors, in the United States.
The Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad (C&O) Greenbrier Division is a former railroad in the Greenbrier River valley in Greenbrier and Pocahontas County, West Virginia. The 101-mile line was one of the C&O’s primary branch lines for timber products and served more lumber companies than any other in the state.