15 MORE Abandoned Places In Alabama That Nature Is Reclaiming
A while back, we looked at several abandoned places throughout Alabama that were being reclaimed by nature. Recently, we discovered a collection of beautiful photos taken by talented photographer Pat Henson. While exploring Alabama, Mr. Henson found a way to capture the beauty of several abandoned places that are losing the battle with nature.
Listed below are 15 photos of abandoned places in Alabama that are being reclaimed by nature. All photos were taken by Pat Henson. Click
here to view more of his incredible work.
1. A beautiful capture of Rosa Parks' childhood home in rural Alabama.
2. Titled "Deep Woods," this abandoned house is located out in the middle of nowhere.
3. This abandoned barn, titled "The Pines," could definitely stand a little TLC. Don't you agree?
4. An amazing capture of an abandoned house in rural Alabama.
5. Titled "Looked Like the End of the World," this photo is PICTURE PERFECT!
6. An incredible nighttime shot of an abandoned house in rural Alabama.
7. A wonderful shot of Covington Store in Bertha, Alabama.
8. Titled "Peanut Wagon," this abandoned building is located in New Brockton, Alabama.
9. A colorful capture of an abandoned house in rural Alabama.
10. Even though this barn has seen better days, there's still something special about this photo.
11. This abandoned house is located somewhere between Ozark and Ariton.
12. Titled "Morning," this lovely cabin is located in Dale County. I can only imagine what it was like to live here in earlier times.
13. This abandoned gas station is located on Hwy 165 between Phenix City and Eufaula.
14. Titled "Sit A Spell," this abandoned house is located in Fort Rucker, Alabama. Notice the chairs on the front porch?
15. This abandoned railcar is located at the old L&N Depot in Andalusia, Alabama.
I’m absolutely shocked at the number of abandoned places throughout Alabama that are being reclaimed by nature! Aren’t you? Share your thoughts with us below!
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