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Sandstone State Hospital
4 photos

The Shriners
3 photos

Church Of Ascension
2 photos

Wooded Airlines
3 photos

Federal Autopsy
3 photos


Duke Street Church
3 photos
Pennsylvania

Kearny Power Plant
1 photo

Praise Philadelphia
1 photo
2013

LPA Garment
1 photo
2013

Lakefront Asylum
2 photos


Philly Baptist
1 photo
2013

B Manufacturing Facility
3 photos

University Lunatic Asylum
3 photos

Sanatorium U
2 photos

FH State Hospital
1 photo


Maxwell Way School
2 photos

Western Brethren
1 photo

Steel Casting Co.
1 photo

Holy Water Church
1 photo

Pittsburgh Rooftop
1 photo


Holy Trinity
1 photo

Westinghouse
1 photo

Creeper Church
1 photo

Art Deco Theatre
1 photo

PA AVE
1 photo


Byzantine Church
2 photos

V Theatre
1 photo

Saint Demolition Date(s)
1 photo

Victory Theatre
1 photo

Mine & Coke Works
2 photos


5th Avenue General Hospital
1 photo

Dogma
1 photo

M Medical Center
2 photos

Yarn
8 photos

Steel River Hotel
1 photo


The Vault of Darkness
1 photo

W/P Steel
3 photos

Market Street Baptist
1 photo

Underneath York Pennsylvania
3 photos

Specialty Glass Company
1 photo


Sterling Opera House
5 photos
Bad-ass.

W-C & Co
6 photos

Sandbox Diner
1 photo

Water Works
2 photos

First Trust Bank
1 photo


Saint Iron Lung
5 photos
Much appreciation- Justin Don

South Junior
4 photos

Noble Valley State Hospital
3 photos

Route Twenty-Two State Hospital
6 photos

Carrrie Furnace
6 photos
The Carrie Furnaces were built in 1884 and they operated until 1982. During its peak, the site produced 1000 to 1250 tons of iron per day.


Sprenger Brewery
4 photos
Lancaster, PA.

St. Boniface
2 photos

Danville State Hospital
1 photo

Freight Depot
3 photos
Western Maryland Railway freight depot located in York PA.

Eberson Theatre
1 photo


The Last Remaining Cigar Factory
8 photos
In 1907, 1,200 factories operated in this county producing about 300,000 cigars annually. At its peak between 1880 and 1930. All of them are gone. This one was the last to close.

G. Psychiatric Hospital
14 photos

Springfield State Hospital
4 photos

Beekman
6 photos

Samuel Gompers School
2 photos
Ghetto ruins.


Downingtown Paper
2 photos
PA

McMyler Coal Dumper
2 photos
Built in 1917. The apparatus lifted into the air coal filled hopper cars weighing up to forty-five tons. It then turned them upside down and dumped the coal into waiting sea-going barges. Seriously...

Thorndorn TB
4 photos

Dallas Theatre
6 photos
Dallastown PA. Began operation in 1927. Closed 2009.

Margaret Mary School
2 photos
Detroit. Much appreciation- Justin Harris Jon Bohy


Middletown State Hospital
5 photos

EC High School
5 photos
Detroit. Much appreciation- Justin Harris Jon Bohy

Fisher Body 21
4 photos
Detroit. Much appreciation- Justin Harris Jon Bohy

Eastern State Penitentiary
1 photo

First Baptist Church
3 photos
PA


Saint Agnes Catholic Church
5 photos
Detroit. Built 1922. Much appreciation- Justin Harris Jon Bohy

Mark Twain Library
5 photos
Closed in 1997. At the time of the closure, residents were told that the library needed a new roof and that it would reopen in two years. Much appreciation- Justin Harris Jon Bohy

Detroit Synagogue
1 photo
Much appreciation- Justin Harris Jon Bohy

Staten Island Boat Graveyard
6 photos

American Rayon Corp.
7 photos


Peacock Farm
2 photos
York PA.

Farwell Building
7 photos
Eight-story, 107,000 square-foot office building in Detroit. It was added to the State Register of Historic Sites on July 26, 1974, and to the National Register of Historic Places two years later on...

Wurlitzer Building
4 photos
The 14-story building once housed the famous Wurlitzer Co., which made pianos, organs, jukeboxes, radios and instruments. The Detroit Times praised the Wurlitzer Building in December 1926 as “a...

Eastown Theatre
2 photos
Originally a movie theatre that operated from 1930 until 1967. It was a concert venue from 1969 thru 1973 seating 2,500 people. It was forced to shut down in 1973 by the city of Detroit, cited for...

East Grand Boulevard Church
6 photos
Detroit. 1926.


Warfare Center- Aircraft Division
5 photos

King's Park Psychiatric Center
5 photos
93. Thanks Brendan.

Tri-E-Ville State Hospital
14 photos
Thanks Krush.

Random Motor City
3 photos
March 2010

Western State Lunatic Asylum
7 photos
Began operations in 1828. Western State was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on November 25, 1969, but vacated the property in the 1970s when the hospital moved to its present...


Mansfield Training Center
6 photos

Letchworth Village Developmental Center
1 photo
A big mess. NY.

Area 51
13 photos
Aluminum smelting complex. 2,000-acre property. Thirty to 40 percent of the cost of making aluminum is in the cost of power. A contract with Allegheny Energy ended in 2005 that would have...

Hydrotherapy State Hospital
4 photos
Psychiatric hospital that operated from 1901 to 1973.

Color Worx
11 photos


Brother's Grain Elevator
8 photos
A single spiral staircase towering seven stories in absolute darkness...nuff said.

Hudson River State Hospital
17 photos

Medfield State Hospital
1 photo

Norwich State Hospital
24 photos
The Norwich State Hospital, originally established as Norwich State Hospital for the Insane. It opened its doors in October, 1904, and though the number of patients and employees were drastically...

Harrisburg State Hospital
22 photos
Pennsylvania State Lunatic Hospital and Union Asylum for the Insane. 1845.


North Brother Island
15 photos
Battling the strong East River currents, avoiding Rikers Island, police, Coast Guard boats, massive tanker ships and pleasure boats... Ten million thanks to urbandecay for the equipment to get us...

Army Hospital
7 photos
NY.

Little Neck Fort
7 photos
Construction began on the Fort in 1862 after the land was purchased by the U.S. Government in 1857. In 1954, the fort became a Project Nike air defense site. Although no missiles were located at the...

Steam Tunnel Lunatic Asylum.
14 photos
State run mental hospital. Founded on May 15, 1848, it was the first public mental hospital in the state, and the first mental hospital designed on the principle of the Kirkbride Plan. Under the...

ECH
8 photos
Jerz.


R-land Psychiatric Center
8 photos
NY.

Squatter Psychiatric Center
13 photos
NY. Large building filled with crackheads and pigeon shit.

SV Children's Hospital Ward
5 photos

Tuberculosis Pavilions
10 photos
Much thanks to Earthmagnified for his pre-dawn assistance in guiding us through thick brush, over two sections of fencing, under and through sets of fencing, up and down a canyon, crossing a creek,...

Specialty Dye Laboratory
13 photos
super big, super stinky.


Tank-cast.
15 photos
closed in 1988.

Hilltop Tuberculosis Sanatorium
9 photos
built in 1906.

HPS
9 photos

1950's Silk Mill
32 photos
The silk mill was in operation from 1907-1957. In 1957 the mill closed.

Veteran's Hospital
16 photos


baltimore electrostatic powders
11 photos

Hospital for Strangers
19 photos
Found 1797, still in operation.

Power Station Twenty Four
14 photos
The Power Station was built in 1920, to avert a predicted power shortage. It labored steadily from then on, with an expansion in 1954, until its last two turbine units were silenced in February 2004....

Cass Technical School
19 photos
Cass Technical High School, formerly known as Cass Union School, was founded in 1861. Cass Union School was established to provide training in woodworking and metal trades for young men. The school...

Sherrard School
9 photos
Located in Detroit, surrounded by a sea of abandoned homes. The school was gutted by scrappers. The entire facility looked like a war-zone, the spent shotgun shells in the gym seemed to back this...


Presbyterian Church (Detroit)
15 photos
Built in 1911 in the Gothic revival style, the architect was Sidney Badgley. It was used for some time as the Abyssinia Church of God in Christ. The building was listed on the National Register of...

Breitmeyer School
17 photos
Detroit. Built 1915. Scheduled for demolition in 2010.

Lee Plaza
12 photos
The Lee Plaza is a registered historic site by the state of Michigan and was added to the United States National Register of Historic Sites on November 5, 1981. The building was designed by Charles...

Michigan Central Station
11 photos
Michigan Central Station (also known as Michigan Central Depot or MCS), built in 1913 for the Michigan Central Railroad, was Detroit, Michigan's passenger rail depot from its opening in 1913 after...

Buck Hill Inn
8 photos


pooley furniture co.
20 photos

murder city devils
11 photos
philly. 2/12/10

North York Farm
13 photos
full of cat piss, cat shit and a dead kitten.

Amusement Park
13 photos
The Williams family began hosting picnics in 1850 in a small grove in Pennsylvania. The grove would within a few years grow into a park. Within two decades the park had grown into the Mechanicsburg...

randomness 2010
5 photos


Pilgrim State Hospital
29 photos
At the time it was opened, it was the largest hospital of any type in the world, its size has never been exceeded by any other facility. After WWII, Pilgrim experienced a surge in patient numbers...

Glenwood Power
12 photos
The New York Central Railroad began construction on the Glenwood Power Station in 1901. The plant went online in 1906 powering the mainline between New York and Albany and most of the city of...

Institute for Plant Research
11 photos
In 1924, the initial laboratories were built. The study of plant diseases and the development of cures for them, the creation through genetic research of hardier, more nutritious, disease-resistant...

Centralia. Subterranean Fire
6 photos
In 1962 a fire began burning underground that spread through a hole in the rock pit into the abandoned coal mines beneath Centralia. Attempts to extinguish the fire were unsuccessful, and it...

Scranton Lace Co.
32 photos
Once the world's largest producer of Nottingham lace. The 105-year-old company employed more than 1,400 people at its peak in the early 20th century and used an enormous, one-of-a-kind loom to create...


philly high school
15 photos
The school was opened in 1903 as an all male high school. Woodrow Wilson, who was the president of Princeton University at the time, was on hand for the dedication of this new venture. The...

Huber Breaker.
19 photos
Built in 1892 as the Lehigh and Wilkes-Barre Breaker, then rebuilt in 1939 as the Huber Breaker. This building was used by the Glen Alden Coal Company to crush and size the coal brought to the...

Baltimore Rubber.
9 photos
Schenuit Rubber. A dark, dirty, deathtrap.

New Jersey Penitentiary.
29 photos
Very large penitentiary surrounded by razor wire only yards away from an active facility. Originally constructed in 1862 to hold Confederate prisoners of war, the County Jail Annex functioned as a...

halloween 2009
23 photos
fells point costume booze crazy.


Pure Rye.
7 photos

hebrew orphan asylum. ext.
2 photos

Juvenile Detention Center.
20 photos
The School began in 1850 as the House of Refuge on Frederick Avenue in Baltimore City. It was an early effort to separate children from adult criminals in jails. In 1910 the school moved to its...

Buffalo Central Terminal.
16 photos
Opened June 22, 1929. The complex was designed for 3200 passengers per hour. The main concourse is 225 feet long, 66 feet wide, and 58.5 feet tall The concourse included various rental spaces; a...

Buffalo State Hospital.
2 photos
The hospital buildings were designed in 1870 in the Kirkbride Plan by architect Henry Hobson Richardson with grounds by landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted. The complex consists of a central...


Buffalo Theatre.
18 photos
This 928-seat, $35,000 "fireproof" structure was built in 1914, on the site of the old wood-frame Casino Theatre. Originaly, there was no stage, only a movie screen. In 1919 the theatre...

Philly Church.
16 photos
It's a church, in Philadelphia. Full of pigeons and pigeon shit. Also a homeless guy and all his soda bottles filled with homeless guy piss.

RPS
26 photos
It once housed the world’s largest Westinghouse turbo-generator. The plant closed in 1985.

School for Boys.
31 photos
The former School for Boys, was considered one of the most beautiful boarding-school campuses on the East Coast at its peak in the 1920's. It opened for boarders and received its first students in...

Kinsey Distillery
8 photos
enormous empty warehouses on acres of land. this place housed over 20,000 barrels of whisky during the first half of the century. now, it lies dying, slowly giving into the forces of nature. you...


Chestnut Street Prison.
37 photos
The old Chestnut Street began as part of a complex of custodial buildings, including the County Poorhouse and Hospital. The prison itself was an imposing castle-like structure built in 1853, with...

Pennhurst
16 photos
Constructed and opened in 1908 as a state school for the mentally and physically disabled. The property was vast, covering 1,400 acres. Created to house 3,500 patients at a time, it was one of the...

NY Girl's School.
12 photos
The school was founded in 1890. In 1907 it moved to its final home on 22 acres in New York. In 1907 the school had an enrollment of 120 students and a faculty of 29. Originally the course of study...

j & c wedding.
12 photos

Baltimore Hospital.
18 photos
From 1909 to its closing in 1949, the Hospital was maintained by the Baltimore City Health Department for the isolation and treatment of communicable diseases. When its first building opened on the...


baltimore theatre.
25 photos
The Theatre has been around longer than nearly any movie theatre in Baltimore. Opening back in the 1870's, it was a gym of sorts, and later was transformed into a theatre, known as the Auditorium. ...

brett and jolene's post wedding party.
34 photos

philly school.
18 photos
this place was kinda sad in a weird way. not sure why though. there was easily a hundred dead birds in this place. there was also easily 1000 empty cans of beer, thanks to "radical ed"...

The Divine Lorraine Hotel
17 photos
The Divine Lorraine Hotel, also known as the Lorraine Apartments, stands in North Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Designed by architect Willis G. Hale and built between 1892 and 1894, the building...

lancaster ice company/warehousing
20 photos
not exactly sure on the history here. we found building layouts dating back to the early forties. the building had several different names over the years.


whiskey distillery
21 photos
In 1753, John Shenk, a Swiss Mennonite farmer began distilling whiskey. Whiskey, being high in carbohydrates, was used as a medicine, a food supplement and also as a means for purifying water. As a...

Essex County Jail
34 photos
The Essex County Jail is the oldest public building in Essex County, and one of the oldest structures in the city of Newark. Its first sections were designed in 1837 by John Haviland, in his day, one...

norristown
1 photo

Gunther Brewery
20 photos
Gunther Brewing Company, is a historic brewery building located at Baltimore, Maryland. The site is comprised of 15 masonry buildings. The main structure is a five story brick "L"-shaped...

baltimore clothing company.
19 photos
clothing company in baltimore. 140,000-square-foot factory. closed in the mid eighties. it's being sold at auction in two weeks(of time this was posted).


laurelton state village/ selinsgrove/ chicken...
28 photos

PA school.(exterior)
4 photos

passenger rail cars. PA.
8 photos

bethlehem steel
4 photos

kaier's brewery. PA.
17 photos
According to the American Brewer magazine, Kaier's sold over 100,000 barrels of beer in 1903. The brewery had 150 employees at that time. Kaier's peak sales years were in the late 1940's when they...


stehli silk mill
11 photos
stehli silk corporation, mill no. 1. worlds largest silk mill while in operation. a developer from york PA bought the property in 2008 in hopes to turn it into a housing/retail spot. nothing has...

mt. rose av. house. York PA.
11 photos
we planned to meet on a sunday morning in hopes to gain access to a house that was obviously trashed. it had laid vacant for years and years. it sat on a major road and shared land with a business...

PA. Coal Breaker.
98 photos
The breaker was constructed in 1930 and began operating in 1932. Half of the village was relocated in order to create room for Reading Anthracite's Breaker, the largest coal breaker in the world. 20...

11/26/08
4 photos

sevil & dana 12/19/08
6 photos


randomness. 09
7 photos

New Freedom PA.
17 photos

december 0'eight
9 photos

paper co.
63 photos
1798 -- Philip J. King founded the mill. Subsequent owners included the A.A. Yerkes Wall Paper Co., The National Wall Paper Co., Schmidt & Ault Paper Co., St. Regis Paper Co. and Champion...

11/9/08
14 photos


murder by death/ j roddy walston & the business...
15 photos

11 o' eight
24 photos

carvin' 08
4 photos

nelson's 10/26/08
27 photos

kristin's wedding 10/11/08
6 photos


rosewood.
64 photos
It was established in 1888 as the Asylum and Training School for the Feeble Minded. From 1912 to 1961, it was known as the Rosewood State Training School. In 1961, the facility was renamed as the...

tower city 10/8/08
17 photos
everything shot with shitter point & shoot while out riding dirt bikes. "tower city trail riders" is a members only all different type of terrain massive hell raisin' place. 800+...

ten o'eight
10 photos

nine o'eight.
8 photos

felicia's wedding
9 photos


beach 2008
33 photos

brett & jolene's pre wedding thing.
9 photos
"kegger" at wright's farm.

bell's wedding in pittsburg. 8/31/08
12 photos

house on 462 in york PA. 8/08
9 photos

house on riverview dr. 8/08
10 photos


quarry in saginaw PA. 8/08
18 photos
long abandoned quarry in east manchester PA. several small buildings around the grounds. left to rot in the 1940's or 50's? i couldn't find any viable info on this place. in the recent years, the...

house in windsor PA. 8/08
10 photos
i went here three different times. the neighbor's vehicle's kept spooking me away before i could get any photo's.

eight o'eight
6 photos

enchanted forest
8 photos

iphone uploads
3 photos


Glenn Dale TB Hospital. (exterior.)
19 photos
(wikipedia) Glenn Dale Hospital was a tuberculosis sanitarium in Prince Georges County, Maryland. It is a large facility, consisting of 23 buildings on 210 acres that was built in 1934 and closed in...

ab2 wedding. 7/08
14 photos

july o'eight
9 photos

NLF2008
57 photos

benn's 30th at the jersey shore.
28 photos


.house by river. 6/19/08
12 photos
I did this one solo. Out kinda far in the middle of the woods. Pretty spooky.

june o'eight
23 photos

Henryton Tuberculosis Hospital.
55 photos
The abandoned Henryton Hospital opened in 1923 to treat African-Americans suffering from tuberculosis. In 1962, it became a facility for the developmentally disabled, and it closed in 1985. Falling...

craven getting down with a random cougar. 5/16/08
22 photos

kevin's wedding...
88 photos
wedding in CT, and mohegan sun casino, random booziness.


the month of may o'eight
17 photos

infrared this N that.
7 photos

olympus E300 rigged through 118 film kodak...
11 photos

april o' eight
36 photos
The month of april 2008.

asbestos factory. keasbey and mattison.
61 photos
In 1881, The Keasbey and Mattison Company, whose business included the manufacture of asbestos moved to Ambler from Philadelphia. The company invested heavily in the town. However, the Great...


argus 620
4 photos

illustrations and or design crap.
14 photos

feb/march 2008...flood at otter creek
21 photos

spring valley county park
16 photos

random pix of the crazy dog. dec 07
33 photos


smekals solo baby shower
11 photos

e-streets. sometime in the fall of 07
6 photos

lancaster punk rock flea market 10/06/07
54 photos

harvest fair 2007
26 photos

scanned film. era 1997ish-2006ish
646 photos
this set is very time consuming. i'm pissed that i put it off so long, maybe i should put it off longer. the shoe box is huge...shit.


golf
18 photos

random 07
8 photos

dog growth 9/07
11 photos

9/5/07. dog growth / boating
60 photos

bethany beach and oc. 8/07
66 photos


boating
12 photos

pup weeks 10-13
18 photos

lovefest 07
128 photos
20th annual secret party on a secret farm off the chesapeake bay. friday-sunday.

pup weeks 7-9
22 photos
i'm so tired.

chilli cookoff/ park street estate. 6/26/07
62 photos


pup
8 photos

pariah piranha at the championship. 5.15.07
19 photos

private
1 photo

3/7/07
17 photos

chuggernaut. 3/3/07
8 photos


dan's going away gathering.
13 photos

lancaster skatepark
14 photos

Tim's house. 11/11/06
36 photos

TTV
16 photos

assorted film and negative stuff
12 photos


Spartus 120 Film Box Camera.
11 photos

live music favorites
2 photos

Cursive. at Chameleon 7/12/06
20 photos

benns bachelor weekend sept/05
6 photos

LUCERO at ottobar * 06/28/06
22 photos


MURDER BY DEATH* at ottobar 6/28/06
23 photos

organic objects
6 photos

Black Wings Blue Veins * at the Depot 7/23/06
26 photos

sadaharu at depot 5/27/06
10 photos

love fest 2006
77 photos


hot sauce
13 photos

1994 thru 1999. volume one
28 photos

1994 thru 1999/ volume two
46 photos
All pictures shot between 1994-1997? I'm not sure. All from prints, all scanned at 300 dpi. It's all the patience I had.