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(Abbeville County, South Carolina)128 year old depot torn down by CSX Railroad in 2018
(Multnomah County, Oregon)Former city annexed to Portland in 1891
Antioch Water Tower
(Lake County, Illinois)A demolished water tower that supplied downtown Antioch, Il with water for sanitary systems.
(Silver Bow County, Montana)Three story commercial block built in 1890 demolished in mid-1950s
(Sheridan County, Montana)
Ashton Water Tower
(Lee County, Illinois)Riveted steel water tower with built-up support beams.
Auto Drive-in Theater
(Venango County, Pennsylvania)Former drive-in theater between Oil City and Titusville
(New London County, Connecticut)Five story mill consisting of granite stone blocks
Berkshire Tissue Mill
(Berkshire County, Massachusetts)Mill buildings used to manufacture tissue paper and other papers.
(Hampden County, Massachusetts)Movie theater built in 1913 demolished in 1959
(Hartford County, Connecticut)Early Connecticut River ferry.
(Androscoggin County, Maine)Lisbon Falls' first school, built by King Cowan in 1809 and offered to the town.
(Multnomah County, Oregon)Dairy barn built circa 1910 collapsed in 2010
(Rensselaer County, New York)Six story brick commercial building built in 1881 destroyed by fire in 1896
C&A Alma Depot
(Lafayette County, Missouri)Lost Chicago & Alton Railroad station
C&A Higbee Depot
(Randolph County, Missouri)Lost Chicago & Alton Railroad station
(San Francisco County, California)19 story (318' tall) office tower built between 1895 and 1897
(Siskiyou County, California)Modoc Indian War battle site
(Rensselaer County, New York)French Second Empire/Moorish style city hall built in 1876 destroy by fire in 1938
(Rutherford County, North Carolina)Textile mill in which the town of Cliffside grew around
(Windham County, Connecticut)4 1/2 story brick mill, 3-story power house and ancillary buildings.
Elevators In Kirkland IL
(De Kalb County, Illinois)The historic elevators along the railroad, on the west end of Kirkland, IL
Engine Company No.15
(San Francisco County, California)Gothic Revival style firehouse built in 1884 demolished in 1959
Ferry Street Armory
(Rensselaer County, New York)Armory building built in 1886 destroyed by fire in 1917
(Columbia County, Wisconsin)One of three fortifications built by the army in Wisconsin along the river waterways.
GM&O Percy Depot
(Randolph County, Illinois)Lost Gulf Mobile & Ohio Railroad station
Grosvenor Dale Mill
(Windham County, Connecticut)5-story stair tower, smokestack and office building remain of an incomplete demolition project
Half Way House
(Waukesha County, Wisconsin)Half Way House in Brookfield, Wisconsin
(Silver Bow County, Montana)
J.M. Warren & Company
(Rensselaer County, New York)Four story cast iron storefront commercial building built in 1887 demolished in 1970
(King County, Washington)66,000 seat multipurpose indoor sports stadium built in 1976
(De Kalb County, Illinois)Like a large one room school, the Kirkland School opened in 1938 and originally housed all the grades, Grade School through High School.
Kirkland Water Tower
(De Kalb County, Illinois)Old Kirkland water tower standing by while new water tower is erected.
(Union County, South Carolina)Former textile mill in Lockhart, SC
(New London County, Connecticut)Established in 1662 to join the towns of Saybrook and Lyme.
(Chester County, South Carolina)Historic textile mill in Lando, SC
Mark Hopkins Mansion
(San Francisco County, California)English Gothic style mansion completed in 1880
(Rensselaer County, New York)Five story fraternal meeting hall built in 1872 destroyed by fire in 1924
(Multnomah County, Oregon)Original McDonald's architectural style restaurant built in 1962
(Silver Bow County, Montana)Town from circa 1880 to 1966
(Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)Once the sprawling estate of John & Hariet Mitchell, all that is left today is the Mitchell Mansion and a historical marker.
(De Kalb County, Illinois)Best known to recent generations as Menz Food Shop, Stu Menz propriter, 100 plus year old building demolished.
Miners Union Hall
(Silver Bow County, Montana)Two story brick & cast iron union hall destroyed in 1914
(Spokane County, Washington)7 story commercial block built in 1915 demolished in 2007
(Madison County, Illinois)Lost Interlocking Tower on the Alton & Southern Railway
(Calaveras County, California)Ferry (later bridge) crossing the Stanislaus River established 1848 demolished in 1957
(Franklin County, Missouri)Lost Missouri Pacific/Frisco railroad station
Peaceful Hearts Mural
(San Francisco County, California)Mural by English muralist known as Banksy painted in 2010
(Calaveras County, California)Ferry crossing the Stanislaus River established 1848 abandoned in 1911
(Clark County, Nevada)1,720 room hotel & casino built in 1952
(Middlesex County, Connecticut)Established in 1662 to join the towns of Saybrook and Lyme.
Southern Railway Depot
(York County, South Carolina)Two story passenger station demolished for "urban renewal."
Springs Cotton Mills
(York County, South Carolina)What would become one of the largest and most profitable textile industry leaders got it's start in Fort Mill in the late 1880s.
Springs Mill Lancaster Complex
(Lancaster County, South Carolina)Once called the largest cotton mill under one roof, the mill was shut down in 2003 and demolished by 2005.
St. Anne Water Tower
(Kankakee County, Illinois)Riveted steel water tower with built-up support beams.
St. Peter's College
(Rensselaer County, New York)5 story brick building destroyed by landslide during construction in 1859
The Salt Works
(Orange County, California)History of former salt works in the Newport Back Bay.
Tolhurst Machine Works
(Rensselaer County, New York)Four story, Italianate style brick factory built in 1881 demolished in 1950
(LaSalle County, Illinois)Social club building built by the local German community in Peru
(Jackson County, Missouri)Station and water stop on the CRI&P Mo Division
(Walla Walla County, Washington)Grist mill built in 1865 destroyed by fire in 2009
(Cape Girardeau County, Missouri)Lost brick school building in Cape Girardeau
(Ste. Genevieve County, Missouri)Lost depot on the Missouri Pacific Railroad at Weingarten