10 Abandoned Places In West Virginia That Nature Is Reclaiming
By Tammy Marie Rose|Published April 27, 2016
Tammy Marie Rose
Tammy loves life in West Virginia and couldn't imagine raising her three children anywhere else.She loves the simple life and believes that the key to a happy life is simplifying! She is an author, who enjoys living outside the box and coloring outside of the lines.
Long-abandoned houses and buildings can often give off a creepy vibe. They are, however, reminders of the past. Often, after sitting empty for long periods, nature takes over and reclaims them for its very own. Here is a look at 10 abandoned places that nature has reclaimed.
It is possible that some of these old buildings have collapsed or been destroyed so it is a good thing that they were captured in this photographs. They may be gone, but they will not be forgotten.
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