We have all been there. A ominous derelict is on the horizon – this one being a hospital in Man, West Virginia.
Mother Nature wasn’t kind in some respects on the drive down into Wyoming County to visit the coal camp of Glen Rogers, West Virginia.
When people speak about dying downtowns and the declining inner ring of suburbs of Cincinnati, Ohio – does one think of the Cincinnati Mall?
There is a tale of two churches in Cincinnati, Ohio with two similar stories: Our Lady of Perpetual Help and the First German Reformed Church.
Exploring Trap Hill High School in Surveyor, West Virginia.
The Kentucky & Indiana Terminal Bridge is a railroad bridge connecting Louisville, Kentucky and New Albany, Indiana and features two abandoned auto lanes!
A weekend excursion to visit the First German Reformed Church, the Parker Tobacco Company and the William Tarr House.
The finale in a five-part summer excursion includes a visit to several abandoned schools and the infamous Sweet Springs Resort!
Musings in Clarksburg, West Virginia, including stops at the Waldo Hotel, a school and the Holy Rosary Catholic Church.
Musings in Wheeling, West Virginia: two breweries and a school.