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gymnasium of an abandoned high school in Mt. Sterling, KY....the Trojan mascot's picture is still on the wall.  View Large On Black

gymnasium of an abandoned high school in Mt. Sterling, KY....the Trojan mascot's picture is still on the wall. View Large On Black

Old Crump's Store in Mt. Sterling KY by Lizette Fitzpatrick, www.lizette.us

Old Crump's Store in Mt. Sterling KY by Lizette Fitzpatrick, www.lizette.us

Abandoned Factory Mt. Sterling Ky

Abandoned Factory Mt. Sterling Ky

Jay's grandfather was a barber in Mt. Sterling KY - way in the past, some ancestor took the name as their surname. Barbershop Mt. sterling Ky

Jay's grandfather was a barber in Mt. Sterling KY - way in the past, some ancestor took the name as their surname. Barbershop Mt. sterling Ky

Tucked in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains in Kentucky is Peyton’s Store - and this unique residence.  More: http://www.abandonedonline.net/2014/06/02/peytons-store-kentucky/

Tucked in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains in Kentucky is Peyton’s Store - and this unique residence. More: http://www.abandonedonline.net/2014/06/02/peytons-store-kentucky/

Abandoned | A blog that photographs beautiful, abandoned old homes and buildings.

Abandoned | A blog that photographs beautiful, abandoned old homes and buildings.

Mountaineer's cabin near Jackson, Breathitt County, Kentucky 8c13388u

Mountaineer's cabin near Jackson, Breathitt County, Kentucky "Bloody Breathitt" as we called it.

Walnut Hill Church was constructed in 1801 on land donated by Mary Todd Lincoln’s grandfather. It is the oldest Presbyterian Church building in Kentucky, established in 1785 to serve the religious needs of the early pioneers. The 1st pastor was the Rev. James Crawford who also served as a delegate to the KY Constitutional Convention in Danville in 1792. In 1785, Rev. James Crawford was one of two ministers ordained at the 1st meeting of a presbytery in KY.

Walnut Hill Church was constructed in 1801 on land donated by Mary Todd Lincoln’s grandfather. It is the oldest Presbyterian Church building in Kentucky, established in 1785 to serve the religious needs of the early pioneers. The 1st pastor was the Rev. James Crawford who also served as a delegate to the KY Constitutional Convention in Danville in 1792. In 1785, Rev. James Crawford was one of two ministers ordained at the 1st meeting of a presbytery in KY.

305 W Main St, Mount Sterling, KY 40353

960 Sw Crestview St, Pullman, WA 99163

305 W Main St, Mount Sterling, KY 40353

BEFORE & AFTER: What a difference seven years makes. Mt. Sterling High School has been transformed from an abandoned eyesore in the middle of Mt. Sterling, Kentucky into an assisted living and healthcare facility!  Check it out: http://www.abandonedonline.net/locations/schools/mt-sterling-high-school/

BEFORE & AFTER: What a difference seven years makes. Mt. Sterling High School has been transformed from an abandoned eyesore in the middle of Mt. Sterling, Kentucky into an assisted living and healthcare facility! Check it out: http://www.abandonedonline.net/locations/schools/mt-sterling-high-school/

Rolling Hills Church of Christ  Mt. Sterling KY

Rolling Hills Church of Christ Mt. Sterling KY

Mt. Sterling High School - Abandoned

Mt. Sterling High School - Abandoned

West Virginia treehouse by Mithun | The Sustainability Treehouse, a Living Building Challenge targeted interpretive and gathering facility situated in the forest at the Summit Bechtel Reserve, serves as a unique icon of camp adventure, environmental stewardship and innovative building design.

West Virginia treehouse hosts the American boy scouts' Jamboree

West Virginia treehouse by Mithun | The Sustainability Treehouse, a Living Building Challenge targeted interpretive and gathering facility situated in the forest at the Summit Bechtel Reserve, serves as a unique icon of camp adventure, environmental stewardship and innovative building design.