West Virginia April 01, 2015
15 Abandoned Places in West Virginia That’ll Give You Goosebumps
Nothing excites us more than peeking into the past by looking at old, forgotten places. Personally, I would love to explore each and every one of these scary, eroding places in West Virginia! Check these out!
1) An old Cairo High School has started to decay.
This rotting building is located in Cairo, West Virginia. The high school was closed around the 1980s.
2) Pictured here is an abandoned factory in Cass, West Virginia.
3) Looking through an old, abandoned church in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia.
4) The old Coalwood High School is looking like the setting of a horror movie!
This old high school is located in Coalwood, West Virginia, home of the Rocket Boys.
5) These forgotten tracks are somewhere in Nuttallburg, West Virginia, which is just upriver from the New River Gorge Bridge.
Nuttallburg, WV, was the site of a coal camp.
6) The eroding Fostoria Glass, located in Moundsville, WV.
7) This abandoned house is somewhere in Friendly, West Virginia.
8) This home, located in Friendly, West Virginia, belonged to Dr. J. O'Neill Eddy.
This house was built in the 1880s.
9) This forgotten building is located in Jenkins Jones, West Virginia.
10) The Pocahontas Coal Company buildings are located in Jenkins Jones, West Virginia.
11) A room in the Fort Henry Club which is located in Wheeling, West Virginia.
I hope that they haven't discontinued that carpet, I love it! (Just kidding!)
12) The ghost town of Thurmond, West Virginia.
This was a coal town at one point in time.
13) A vacant room with creepy peeling paint in the Fort Henry Club, located in Wheeling, West Virginia.
14) This Waverly, West Virginia farmhouse was probably very beautiful in it's time.
The house has been rotting for quite some time. The staircase inside of it has collapsed.
15) This creepy, forgotten tunnel is located in Wheeling, West Virginia.
These are just fifteen of the MANY forgotten and abandoned place in West Virginia! I would absolutely love to go through and explore these old places, wouldn’t you?!
Do you have any pictures of abandoned places in West Virginia? Comment them below!