A side view of the abandoned Mary Shelton Memorial Church in Calhoun, Tennessee. I have recently discovered that the church once had beautiful stained glass windows that were removed during the 1970s to keep vandals from stealing them. Also, there was once a sign in front of the church which proclaimed that it was on the National Register of Historic Places, but someone had stolen that sign. I have no idea what kind of use one could get from stealing such a sign.
Located some distance away from the old church is the cemetery. We had discovered this online and found that many of the graves had dated back to the Civil War era. We’re going to see if we can get permission from the landowner to visit the cemetery.
Overgrown security window inside a patient bedroom in the Walker Building at Central State Hospital in Milledgeville, GA. This building - originally built to house convalescent white males in 1884 - has fallen into a state of advanced deterioration; the roofs are gone off significant portions, and nature is overtaking much of the building.