I’ve actually posted a picture of this place before out in Weston, West Virginia. I think it is such a beautiful building but just the name gives me the creeps. Knowing it was still in use in 1995 makes it worse. I still haven’t been there when it was open, but I liked this picture in the snow and with clear skies.
This is the old schoolhouse at Nicodemus National Historic Site in Nicodemus, Kansas. This site interprets a western settlement formed by African Americans in the Reconstruction Period.
This beautiful replica of a 1922 Ford Model T Roadster was assembled by special needs students at P753K Brooklyn School For Career Development in Brooklyn, New York.
Grafton is billed as the “best preserved ghost town in Utah”. It has received a lot of care and upkeep since my first visit there many years ago, but I guess it’s better than just letting it disintegrate in the desert sun. It is certainly a cool place to visit, and beautiful right at sunset.
This is the beautifully restored one room schoolhouse in South Baymouth, Ontario. Now a part of the museum there, there is a nice collection of memorabilia from the students who once attended it.
This is a one room schoolhouse moved into the city of Elko from Huntington, Nevada in 1997. It is definitely a look into another time in the story of Nevada.