This Abandoned Schoolhouse In Wisconsin Is A Hauntingly Beautiful Snapshot Of The Past

Distressed wood, broken windows, and a circular swing snag the attention of passers-by on Highway 13 in northern Wisconsin. For decades, the two-room schoolhouse in the town of Cloverland, which was formed by connecting the King and Harvey schools, was a focal point of the community.

Despite the need for a new roof, foundation, and in many places, floors – along with recent vandalism that has left it open to the wind – it’s chalkboards still hold math problems and signatures from area residents.

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