The Tamarack Lodge Resort was eventually shuttered in 2000 and massive fire in April of 2012 destroyed thirty buildings.
Follow AbandonedWay The White Lake Mansion House is an abandoned hotel in the Catskill Mountains of New York. It was the first summer resort in the county. The White Lake Mansion House hotel was built in 1848. Owned and operated by the Kinne family in Bethel, NY for over 80 years, it was one of […]
Photos of the abandoned Grossinger's Resort Before in the Catskills It Was Demolished. The last time Grossinger’s was in the news was in 2019, when a news report revealed Sullivan Resorts LLC planned to construct a $50 million resort on the property.
Pictures Show Abandoned Creedmoor Psychiatric Center in Queens, New York. The history of the hospital and its campus, which occupies more than 300 acres (1.2 km²) and includes more than 50 buildings, reflects both the urbanization of the borough of Queens, New York, and a series of changes in psychiatric care.
Today the North Brother Island is abandoned and off-limits to the public. The buildings of the Riverside Hospital have been taken over by vegetation and are in danger of collapse. North Brother Island has been designated as conservation land, to protect nesting grounds for the herons.
The former Homowack Lodge Resort is an abandoned resort in the Catskill Mountains of New York, operating from 1920 to 2009. The Spring Glen Resort in its prime offered many things to do such as physical activities like tennis, bowling and swimming.
Letchworth Village remains to be one of the most visited abandoned places in the country. Set in a bucolic landscape in the town of Haverstraw in Rockland County, Letchworth Village in 1911 was chosen to be the home of a progressive experiment. The Letchworth Village was up-front about its intention
Kings Park Psychiatric Center was established in 1885 in order to deal with overcrowding in nearby asylums. Built on a sprawling 800 acres, KPPC quickly grew into a self-sufficient farming operation, complete with its own railroad spurs for the delivery of coal and supplies.
Founded on the Bowery in New York City by Hilly Kristal in 1973; CBGB became a forum for American punk and new wave bands. The CBGB club created a space for emerging artists and bands that had nowhere else to turn.
A look inside the abandoned Glenwood Power Station of the defunct New York Central Railroad. We prepared 30 Stunning Photos of Yonkers Power Plant operated between 1907-1936. The Yonkers Power Station was put on standby in the 1950s and closed in 1963.