Follow AbandonedWay As you walk along Calder and Hebble Navigation waterway, situated to edge of canal is what’s left of crumbling flour mill which dates back to 19th century time. On researching about the mill, it was built around 1800. To my knowledge it’s first owner was someone called Milner around 1885. The type of […
Genesis Towers is an abandoned apartment building on Roseville Avenue in Newark, NJ. The abandoned Genesis Towers are supposed to be renovated to once again be put to residential use.
In 1959, vandals broke into the Van Slyke Castle and set it ablaze. Van Slyke Castle was abandoned and became part of the Ramapo Mountain State Forest in the 1980s.
The Paulinskill Viaduct, or Hainesburg Trestle, is a long abandoned railroad bridge over the Paulinskill River near Blairstown, New Jersey. Pictures Show Abandoned Viaduct.
The Brooksbrae Brick Factory was built to produce over 50,000 bricks a day in 1905. Today abandoned Brooksbrae Brick Factory nestled in the Pine Barrens of New Jersey.
The Holmesburg Prison was closed in 1995. Dr. Albert Kligman performed medical trials on the inmates of Philadelphia's Holmesburg Prison between 1951 and 1974l. The prison is also notable for several major riots in the early 1970s.
Most of Cooper Stadium was demolished in 2014. What remained - a section of the stadium running down the third base line - was to be incorporated into the racetrack stands.
We prepared stunning photos of an abandoned Shime Coal Mine Tower. The winding tower of Tighten-Town stands at 156 feet tall at its highest point. The intake shaft that is dug perpendicular to the coal layers in the ground expands 1,411 feet.
Pictures Show Harshaw Ghost Town in Arizona. Around 80% of Harshaw was abandoned by the end of 1882. In 1887, for the price of $600, James Finley purchased the abandoned mine. This was a sort of resurrection for the almost abandoned town.
Named after the United State’s 1976 bicentennial, Century III Mall is an abandoned shopping center in West Mifflin, Pennsylvania. The Century III Mall was originally developed and owned by Edward J. DeBartolo Corporation.