On a very rainy and cool Saturday here at TPF HQ, feels like the perfect time to post some pictures of abandoned buildings.
First today, one I have no info on whatsoever.
It was a grab shot on the way home.
Looks to be a long abandoned mobile home.
Next, another grab shot, this one a little garage.
I'd assume this was part of a larger, now demolished, structure or facility.
I'll admit those first two weren't too interesting (though the trailer was creepy), but the rest should make up for them.
The "Historic Lincoln School" in Salisbury, NC.
There is a little info out there on this place, though it mostly concerns the surrounding area with only passing mentions of the School. Best I can tell, the original darker brick structure was built in the 1920's, with the cream brick structures added later. Also, from what little I can piece together, it closed, at the latest, in the early 90's. From what I understand there is currently an attempt to preserve the School, though what the status of that effort is I couldn't discern.
Also in Salisbury, the Samuel E Duncan/Monroe Street School.
It was built in 1924, with additions in 1941 and 1960.
From what I can ascertain, it was shuttered in the early 90's, and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2003.
We actually stumbled across this place on the way elsewhere.
Note the lettering on the wall around the center of the photo.
This was the entrance to the Cafeteria.
Lastly, a very abandoned movie theater, still in Salisbury.
From my research of the very limited info available, it appears to have been built in 1978 as the "Premiere Cinema", eventually becoming the "Salisbury Mall Cinema". Closed sometime in the early 2000's.
It would be very interesting to know what the last movie was that aired here!