It’s not common to come across an intact county home and farm, but a well preserved and unique example lies tucked away in a remote corner of New York thanks to a preservation-minded caretaker.
One of the Mountain State’s best-kept secrets, Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum is a former mental hospital turned tourist attraction in Weston, West Virginia.
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.
Explore the Greenbrier River valley in West Virginia with an overview of Cass and the connecting Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad Greenbrier Division.
Constructed in 1910, Youngstown, Ohio’s Wick Building was home to the Wick Brothers Trust Company and was the city’s tallest structure. After years of decline, this landmark is being rehabilitated into apartments. Check out its progress.
The Cottrill Opera House in Thomas, West Virginia opened in 1902 and closed in the 1970s. It is being restored today after years of neglect.
Endangered historic sites: St. Mark Catholic Church in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Closed since July 2010, St. Mark Catholic Church in Cincinnati, Ohio is an endangered gem, along with St. Andrew and countless other churches within the Queen City.
Rightsizing the city of Saginaw, Michigan.