Posts from the ‘Abandoned Places’ Category
Ohio State Reformatory
The warden’s quarters, administration rooms, and library in the east wing at Ohio State Reformatory.
Ohio State Reformatory | East Cell Block
The cells in the east block are built differently than the ones in the west block. Billed as “the world’s largest freestanding steel cell block,” it is indeed impressive. Six levels of steel cells with enclosed walkways around each level. You are cautioned about going in any of the cells and closing the door behind you since they don’t have working keys. The natural afternoon light in the room was beautiful, but this place is far from cozy.
Doll in the Window
Abandoned storefront windows, a moment frozen in time.
Braddock is a borough of Pittsburgh where steel is still being made at USS ET Works. It’s almost – but not quite – a ghost town, with a few people clinging to the community as it crumbles around them. But there manages to still be beauty and life there.
Eastern State Penitentiary
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