Abandoned Village Houses and Forgotten Farms

by Hasan on December 10, 2009 · 8 comments

Are you fascinated by the past — old buildings, village life, or just a quieter time? From dilapidated shacks to gorgeous ruins of old homes and farms, this photostream of abandoned farms, houses, and other former homes will give you a glimpse into the past. Now try to imagine what stories the remains of homes in your town might tell future generations when they’re in a similar state.

Abandoned house in Dorchester County, Maryland

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Credit: wortenoggle

Abandoned building near Ringgold, NE

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Credit: justice42

Abandoned maternity hospital in Abkhasia

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Credit:`Tommy-Noker

Abandoned building in Wellsville, Ohio

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Credit: scottamus

Abandoned building in Flora, Oregon

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Credit: oldpartsman1

Abandoned house in the Ohio River town of Duffy, in Monroe county

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Credit: scottamus

Abandoned house on a hillside in Crooksville, Ohio, in Perry County

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Credit: scottamus

Adandoned house in Calanais area, Scotland

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Credit: Stuart Herbert


Abandoned old house near Chamois Missouri

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Credit: Uncle Phooey

Abandoned farm house near Missouri river

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Credit: Uncle Phooey

Abandoned house in Iowa

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Credit: tigersharky80

Abandoned farm house close to Jefferson City

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Credit: Uncle Phooey

Abandoned building in Michigan

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Credit: Taylor Bamrick

Abandoned House Derelict Trinidad

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Credit: mmorgan8186

Abandoned House in Pirna (Sonnenstein), Germany.

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Credit: kgreipel

An abandoned house in the Owens Valle on the way from Los Angeles to Mammoth, CA

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Credit: rockinbeat

Abandoned house in Indiana

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Credit: cindy47452

Abandoned house in Bosler, Wyoming

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Credit: shootin fool

Abandoned farm house in southern Saskatchewan

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Credit: dmnaz1

An abandoned farm on Rte 676 in Washington County, Ohio

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Credit: WVJazzman

A old boarded up abandoned farm house from the 1800′s

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Credit: avilon_music

Abandoned Farm at Aragon and Sewell Roads

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Credit: Lisa Golden

Abandoned house near Sleeper Missouri in rural Laclede county

Credit: Uncle Phooey

Credit: Uncle Phooey

Old country store in Denlow Missouri

Credit: Uncle Phooey

Credit: Uncle Phooey

An old homestead west of Seymour Missouri.

Credit: Uncle Phooey

Credit: Uncle Phooey

Old Dawt Mill in Ozark county Missouri

Credit: Uncle Phooey

Credit: Uncle Phooey

Abandoned house on the outskirts of Greenfield, Ohio

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Credit: scottamus

{ 8 comments… read them below or add one }

jstema February 20, 2010 at 6:48 pm

very nice =D

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Tim March 5, 2010 at 12:48 am

Want an abandoned airfield and hanger from Canton Ohio?

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John Hand March 13, 2010 at 9:18 pm

Always like exploring and shooting abandoned houses. I know you might think this strange, but old outhouses can be fun to shoot, but very few left to be found.

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pavlos July 11, 2010 at 7:45 am

very good photos !!! :) !!

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Randi February 23, 2012 at 1:43 am

Hello,I’m looking for an abandoned house to buy and fix up and move in to with my family. Looking for one in Missouri out in the woods/or country. please email me and let me know. Thank you.

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Katlin February 27, 2012 at 5:09 pm

Hi, my name is katlin, I’ve been searching for a lost or abandoned home to buy. I want to fix it up and call it my own. If you come across any in the defiance, Ohio area it would be really great to know. Thank you!

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Kalin September 6, 2012 at 12:12 am

Is there anyway that I could find a list of the abandoned building in my area?

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patrick coleman December 17, 2012 at 2:55 pm

looking for abandoned farm homes or homes in the cities with in 50 miles of belle plaine ,iowa .

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