Sweet Springs is a former springs resort, sanatorium, hospital and nursing home in rural eastern West Virginia.
Lake Shawnee Amusement Park is an abandoned amusement park in Princeton, West Virginia.
The Itmann Company Store and Office was developed by the Pocahontas Fuel Company for their mines in Wyoming County, West Virginia.
The Guyandotte Hotel is a long abandoned hotel in the coalfields of West Virginia. Guests in the hotel over the years included then-Senator John F. Kennedy, United Mine Worker’s President John L. Lewis, Babe Ruth, Will Rogers, and other dignitaries.
A gallery of abandoned businesses in the United States.
Standing in a field near Williamsburg, Virginia are 43 crumbling effigies of the presidents of the United States. The busts are all that remains of the defunct Presidents Park.
The Tecumseh Building, also known as the Francis Drolla Building, is a vacant office building in downtown Springfield, Ohio. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2000.
The Catlettsburg National Bank Building is a now demolished historic bank building in downtown Catlettsburg, Kentucky.
The Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad (C&O) Russell YMCA provided overnight lodging, baths, meeting space, and other accommodations for railroad workers in Russell, Kentucky.
The Old Company Club is a former clubhouse for the Lehigh Navigation & Coal Company in Pennsylvania. It later became a nursing home.
The Delmar Hotel is an abandoned resort in the Catskill Mountains of New York.
The Pines is an abandoned resort in the Catskill Mountains of New York.
Brown’s Hotel and Country Club is an abandoned resort in the Borscht Belt of the Catskill Mountains of New York.
The Netherland Tavern, where General Wade Hampton had his headquarters and compound and the site of a Civil War battle, is located in Virginia.
The Hamilton Cottages is an abandoned tourist boarding house and cottage complex in the Catskill Mountains of New York.
Fantasia Island originally opened as a small children’s oriented theme park in 1961 in western New York. An expansion in the 1970s and 1980s with adult-themed rides and a water park made Fantasia Island a reliable summertime destination. Economic conditions caused the amusement park to close in 1982 and again in 2020, although plans are in place to reopen Fantasia Island in 2021.
The AT&T Long Lines division featured a system of microwave relay towers that transmitted information across the United States.
A gallery of vintage and abandoned gasoline stations in the United States.
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.
Westland Mall is an abandoned shopping mall on the western fringes of Columbus, Ohio. One of four directionally-named shopping centers in the region, all but Southland were constructed by Jacobs, Visconsi & Jacobs.