Red barns are iconic across rural America, but have you ever wondered why so many are painted this prolific color?
The ruins of Elm Bluff hold the story of Alabama’s earliest settlers and the people who came to be enslaved here.
This antebellum Alabama church was built in the 1830s but was abandoned long ago. Today, a new spirit inhabits it’s walls.
This abandoned Alabama dogtrot home sits at a quiet rural crossroads that used to be busy with activity.
This beautiful church + cemetery have been lovingly maintained for 185 years.
[Hale County, AL]
This old railroad town is much quieter today than it once was
[Clarke County, AL]
Built in 1906, this impressive mansion in Alabama has been on the market for years.
This church sits forgotten, with no signage or markers to tell us her stories.
[Sumter County, AL]
Built in 1882, this is the second church built by this congregation.
[Wilcox County, AL]
Built in the 1840s, the story of this house began with an orphan from Tennessee and ended with a freedman who spent his life reuniting his family.