The Walter House in Florida (c. 1895) sat empty for many years, attracting vandals and thieves, but one couple intends to write a new chapter for the old home.
A small but vibrant community grew here in rural Texas until the 1930s, but today, it’s little more than a ghost town.
This old country store was much like so many others shops of its day that residents relied on for supplies and connection to their community.
But this one was propelled to national fame in 1939 when a famous photographer from California passed through this quiet crossroads in rural North Carolina.
This sleepy crossroads in rural Georgia used to be an important town along well-traveled travel routes. But today, very little remains of the community.
This abandoned Alabama dogtrot home sits at a quiet rural crossroads that used to be busy with activity.
This home was originally built along the train tracks for the railroad engineer and his family. Today, it stands in a Florida ghost town.
This church stands as one of the few reminders of a crossroads community in South Georgia that has long-since disappeared.
Built c. 1907, this rural school house served the surrounding community until 1955.
[Carroll County, VA]
A lumber town and mansion once stood along these river banks in Florida. Today, only a bridge remains.
This town was once a bustling stop on the stage and railroad routes.
[Mecklenburg County, VA]