This is a gallery of abandoned churches in West Virginia.
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.
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 Norfolk & Western Railroad (N&W) Twelvepole Line was part of the original alignment of the N&W between Lenore, West Virginia and Ohio. It was replaced by the 59-mile Big Sandy Low-Grade Line through Mingo and Wayne counties.
This is a gallery of abandoned residences in Virginia.
This is a gallery of abandoned businesses in West Virginia.
This is a gallery of abandoned churches in Virginia.
The Chesapeake & Ohio Railway South Side Branch is a partly abandoned line along the New River between South Side Junction to Macdougal, West Virginia.
A gallery of abandoned industries in the United States.
The Blue Sulphur Bridge is an abandoned Pratt through truss over the Mud River in Ona, West Virginia.
This is a gallery of abandoned residences in West Virginia.
This is a gallery of fire lookout towers in the United States.
Coketon, West Virginia, is a former company town and coal mining facility of the Davis Coal & Coke Company.
The Maybrook Line of the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad connected the Maybrook Yard in Maybrook, New York, to its Waterbury Branch in Derby, Connecticut.
Hutchins Power Station is a former coal-fired power plant near Dayton, Ohio, that is being redeveloped into a residential and recreational complex.
Elda is an abandoned mansion in New York that was constructed by David Abercrombie, founded in 1892 as an outfitter for the elite outdoorsman.
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.
The Wallkill Valley Railway is a defunct railroad between Kingston and Campbell Hall, New York. It was founded in 1866 and ceased regular service under Conrail in 1977.
A gallery of abandoned vehicles, including automobiles, boats, and tractors, in the United States.
A formerly integrated steel mill, once owned by U.S. Steel’s subsidiary National Tube and later Republic Steel, among others, is located in Lorain, Ohio.