Last month, it was announced that the shuttered Merchants Ice and Cold Storage tower in Louisville, Kentucky, would be redeveloped.
The stacks at the former Elmer Smith Power Plant were imploded today.
Sherman Cahal and Adam Paris, authors of the newly released book Abandoned Kentucky, recently visited the former Old Taylor Distillery…
There was no better way than spending autumn driving the backroads and camping in the Potomac Highlands region of West…
Step inside Westmoreland Glass, an abandoned glass manufacturer in Jeanette, Pennsylvania.
The abandoned lime kilns at Eagle Rock, Virginia are all that remain of an operation that was operated by a series of entities between 1878 and 1954.
Earlier in the year, I had the chance to revisit the Lonaconing Silk Mill, one of the last intact silk…
Located along the Kentucky River Palisades is a unique but abandoned fluorspar mine turned speakeasy.
Snaking through the southern reaches of Floyd County, Kentucky is the remains of the Chesapeake & Ohio Railway Long Fork Subdivision that connected to some of the most prosperous coal mines in the state.
This guide explains how nitrocellulose (smokeless powder) and black powder was produced at Indiana Army Ammunition Plant in Charlestown, Indiana.
The Amanda Furnace and BOF at the former Armco/AK Steel Ashland Works were simultaneously imploded at 8:30 AM this morning….
The demolition of Armco/AK Steel Ashland Works in northeast Kentucky is progressing rapidly.
I’ve always been curious about this cool neon sign on the side of some concrete silos in Clarksburg, West Virginia.
The drive along Zenith Road to the unincorporated community of Zenith, West Virginia is a step back into time.
Charcoal timber, iron ore, and limestone supplied material for numerous furnaces that produced pig iron, munitions, and tools in Kentucky,…
The arrival of the railroad into the New River Gorge in West Virginia transformed the region into one of the world’s most important coal mining regions.
The Totuskey Creek Store is an abandoned mercantile stand along the still waters of Totuskey Creek near Warsaw, Virginia.
After losing my first drone, a GoPro Karma, to a tree and ultimately Tupper Lake in the Adirondack Mountains of New York over a year ago, I have been itching to get back in the air. And since that faithful day, I’ve been wanting to capture this massive tailing pile and concentrating plant. I finally got the chance to yesterday after a fresh snowfall blanketed the region.
The printing operations for the Crowell-Collier Publishing Company, then the world’s largest magazine publishing house, was located on High Street in Springfield, Ohio. After years of underutilization and disuse, the remainder of the once-storied complex will be demolished.
The Lonaconing, Maryland silk mill, last operated by General Textile Mills, is one of my favorite buildings to photograph. From its early 20th century machinery to its dated calendars and papers, it is remarkable that this testament to industrial heritage remains standing well over 50 years past its closure.
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