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Railroad / Ohio

The Hocking Valley Railway is a former railroad in Ohio, with a mainline that stretched from Toledo to Pomeroy via Athens and Columbus. It featured the Monday Creek and Snow branches as significant feeders and the Wellston & Jackson Belt Railway.



Memorial Hall
Government / Ohio

Memorial Hall is a former library, city hall and jail at Railroad and North 4th streets in Ironton, Ohio. It was mostly demolished in 2014.



Parker Tobacco Company
Industry / Kentucky

Parker Tobacco Company is a former tobacco purchasing, processing, marketing, and commercial storage operation in Maysville, Kentucky. It was demolished in 2011.



First German Reformed Church Sanctuary
Church / Ohio

The First German Reformed Church is formerly abandoned church in the West End neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio. It is being stabilized and renovated into a climbing gymnasium.



Dillard's
Business / Kentucky

The Lexington Mall is a former indoor shopping mall on Richmond Road in Lexington, Kentucky. Completed in 1975 by Saul Centers, it was the second indoor shopping center in the city.



Ballard & Ballard Mills
Industry / Kentucky

The Campbell Street Power Station is a former power plant in use between 1899 and 1921 for the Louisville Railway Co. in Louisville, Kentucky. The site was reused as a grain elevator and warehouse for Ballard & Ballard Mills between 1947 and 1961.



Louisville Varnish Company Melting Furnaces
Industry / Kentucky

The Louisville Varnish Company is an abandoned cabinet varnish factory in Louisville, Kentucky.



Paddy's Run Power Plant
Industry / Kentucky

Paddy’s Run Power Station is a demolished coal-fired power plant by the Louisville Gas & Electric Corporation in Louisville, Kentucky.



Detroit, Toledo & Ironton Railroad Jackson Shops
Railroad / Michigan, Ohio

The Detroit, Toledo & Ironton Railroad (DT&I) is a former railroad that connected Ironton, Ohio, and Detroit, Michigan. Significant portions of the line are abandoned.



Booneville Theater
Theater / Illinois, Kentucky, New York, Ohio

This is a gallery of abandoned or closed theaters and drive-ins in the United States.



Unknown 0-4-0T No. 1 Steam Locomotive
Railroad / Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, Tennessee, West Virginia

Abandoned railroads, buildings, cars, and locomotives scattered across landscapes tell a story of industrial evolution and decline.



Silver Creek Junior-Senior High School Auditorium
School / New York

Walnut Creek School is an abandoned school in upstate New York.



Baker Castor Oil Company
Industry / Indiana, Kentucky, Massachusetts, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, West Virginia

A gallery of abandoned industries in the United States.



Blue Horizon Boxing Ring
Business / Pennsylvania

Blue Horizon is a historic 1,346-seat former boxing venue in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Ring magazine voted it the number-one boxing venue in the world, and Sports Illustrated noted it as the last great boxing venue in the country. Blue Horizon has been featured in the films Rocky V and Annapolis.



Mt. Sterling High School
School / Kentucky

The Mt. Sterling High School is a former school turned assisted living facility, medical office and apartment complex in Mt. Sterling, Kentucky.



Fisher's Travel Camp
Business / Kentucky, Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia

This is a collection showcasing old and deserted gas stations across the United States.



Elk Creek Coal Company Preparation Plant
Industry / West Virginia

The Elk Creek Coal Company Preparation Plant is a former coal preparation plant in Emmett, West Virginia.



Abandoned Suspension Bridge
Bridge / West Virginia

A gallery of abandoned bridges in the United States.



Man Miners Memorial Hospital Interior
Hospital / West Virginia

The Man Miners Memorial Hospital is a now-demolished medical facility in Man, West Virginia. It was later the Man Appalachian Regional Hospital.



Young's High Bridge
Railroad / Kentucky

The Louisville & Southern Railway Lexington to Lawrenceburg Division is an active and abandoned railroad in central Kentucky. At its centerpiece is Young’s High Bridge.