22 Staggering Photos Of An Abandoned Slaughterhouse Hiding In Nebraska

This is a sight you don’t get to see very often: an abandoned slaughterhouse. This Nebraska slaughterhouse, located in an undisclosed location “deep in the heart of the state”, was photographed by the talented Jim Sullivan. Check out more of his work on Places That Were.

The beef industry is vastly important to Nebraska’s economy and, like it or not, with this industry comes slaughterhouses. Regardless of the inevitable “ick” factor that accompanies a facility like this, there is definitely something fascinating about this abandoned structure. These pictures give us a wonderful opportunity to learn about the history of a facility like this.

Want more abandoned places in your life? Take our ghost town road trip to see entire towns lost to time.

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Abandoned Slaughterhouse in Nebraska

December 20, 2021

What are some genuinely haunted places in Nebraska?  

Nebraska is a state that most folks tend to overlook when they’re thinking about haunted places, but Nebraska is a state filled with history and everywhere you turn you’ll find an abandoned homestead or farmhouse.  Here are some some haunted places in Nebraska to visit: 


Where can I find some interesting, abandoned places in Nebraska?  

There are so many interesting abandoned places in Nebraska! If you want to keep it simple, you can always visit any of Nebraska’s countless ghost towns, which were each deserted long, long ago and now lay entirely dormant to decay over time. There are towns like Antioch, which still has some ruins standing, and Meadville, which is still utilized for its river access point. There are some towns where it feels pretty eerie just arriving there, and some that make you want to leave right away. Honestly, just take a drive down any dirt road – you’re sure to find some abandoned delights no matter where you go.  

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