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IN Travel & Adventure ON 19 Jun, 2015
These photographs capture decaying elements of American society that look haunted. America has documented a number of factories, schools and churches abandoned over time. The collection of pictures show a variety of empty buildings. They all are in various states of disrepair. Even some buildings appear untouched. There are some places that are well furnished and absolutely precious. Some buildings also depict how nature has reclaimed the buildings and turned them into ruins.
The wide variety of buildings and institutions that have been abandoned for various reasons that are even not explainable.
People have started putting efforts to preserve America's endangered architectural history
It has closed since 1899. This Packard was founded by James Ward Packard, and his brother William Doud Packard
This is now a haunted clothing factory with all the machinery and sewing tables. All machinery are arranged in the same way as they were left.
An unnamed retirement home has a haunted feeling with it. This may be a simple house but has contributed in abandoned America.
An organ sits among the debris that is now out of service. The photograph conveys the condition of these building.
Identity has not been revealed of this hotel. Flaking ceiling and peeling wallpaper inside a room make it land on the list of photographs of abandoned America.
An abandoned site that was a trolley graveyard. It was found while researching the decline of the state hospital system.
There are many places which are same as the ruins of American churches like this undisclosed one, schools, theater, hospitals and hotels.
These places may not provide the comforts, but while walking back to the world this will undoubtedly provide you some comfort.
A building of the Julia de Burgos Magnet Middle School was left to deteriorate after systematic neglect before closing in 2002.
The derelict blast furnace that has been abandoned since 1982, when it was last shut down.
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