First Baptist Church, Brownsville, PA abandoned

First Baptist Church, Brownsville, PA abandoned. Imagine what a beautiful and unique home this would make if someone was able to reclaim this structure. Quick Someone call Ty Pennington!


I'm a sucker for gingerbread, especially this lone star looking stuff on the 1890 Gladys Rearick House - Porch Detail

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Forgotten Barn This is an incredible barn. It reminds me of the saltbox designs for homes.

Church Architecture, Old Churches, Chicken, Building, Castles, Matthew 4, Cathedrals, Mosques, Country

Abandoned church near Billy The Kid's Grave in Ft. Sumner, NM

Abandoned church owned by my mother-in-law, Susanne Bailey-Eldridge. It's located in Tiban, NM.

I like it.  Would make an interesting house. Lots of possibilities.

Round Barn In Cantril, Iowa. It goes with our Iowa theme and our barn discussions. Also, along with architecture.

I left New Jersey for good after one particularly bad snow storm. It was a famous snow storm, actually, the snow and ice storm of 1978 (inspiring one of the best movies I’ve ever seen,…

I don’t miss New Jersey, but I wish I did

Abandoned Vintage New Jersey Diners – A Cautionary Tale



Stone Chapel In The Woods of Stowe, Vermont:  There are over 60 kilometers of wooded hiking trails for all levels of ability. There is a short, peaceful hike to the Chapel, built by the Trapp family sons on their return home after World War II.  This is the "Sound of Music" family.  by Edward M. Fielding

Stone Chapel In The Woods Trapp Family Lodge Stowe Vermont Photograph. Dan and I visited this chapel when we lived in Vermont!

edwardian architecture I would love to have this in my back yard.

Most little girls dream of white picket fences, this had always been my dream. So beautiful - Abandoned Victorian glass house - what a cool greenhouse this would make!