10 Abandoned Places in Delaware That Nature is Reclaiming
As the oldest state in the nation, having ratified the Constitution in 1787, Delaware’s history goes back…way back. The state has seen its share of buildings come and go, from traditional colonial establishments, to agricultural buildings, to industrial sites. We found images of these 10 abandoned places in Delaware that have been turned over to Mother Nature.
We know that some of these places are up for demolition soon, so we figured we should share the photos with you before the places themselves are gone forever. So here, in no particular order, are 10 photos of places in Delaware that are abandoned but not forgotten by the photographers who found them.
Have you stumbled upon abandoned places in Delaware? We’re now on a mission to take photos of others that we see peeking out from behind trees along the roadways.
Katy is a life-long Delaware resident who grew up on a small grain farm and spent her summers enjoying time at the beach. A full time public relations professional by day and a content specialist with OIYS at night, Katy loves sharing her love of her home state with fellow Delawareans and others. Loves: local food, dachshunds, horseshoe crabs, hiking, farmers markets, bourbon.