For over ten years, Abandoned has been a one-man operation that has become an accessible resource that serves thousands of visitors every month. Back then, I only had scraps of paper for information and dozens of photographs, and had no idea that the Internet would become such an invaluable source of knowledge.
The goal of Abandoned has always been to spread this knowledge and to serve the public. Today, Abandoned boasts over 6,000 photographs and documentation from over one-hundred locations throughout the United States. Covering hospitals, military installations, coal camps and more, Abandoned strives to provide coverage on the places you care about the most: the endangered and forgotten.
If everyone reading this web-site donated a dollar, Abandoned could remain stable and strong into the future. Not everyone, though, can or will donate, but that is perfectly fine. Abandoned has for years been self-supported, but if you can spare a small donation of $10, $25 or however you are comfortable with, you can keep Abandoned available as a resource for others for many years to come.
This year, please consider a donation to help sustain Abandoned into the future.
Founder and author of Abandoned
Where Your Donation Goes
The reliable maintenance of servers.
The allocation and increase of bandwidth.
The continued development and maintenance of Abandoned.