The Best of Abandoned in Virginia – Week 2

Here are more of the best contributed images to Abandoned in Virginia on Facebook, culled from the flood of images that poured in during the page’s second week online.

My next blog post will feature a collection of my own photos posted to the page last year.

Many thanks to all of the contributors for these great photographs!

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in Amelia County. on the land now used as a Wildlife Management Area, by Barbara Lennard Scott
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ust off of Rt. 6, west of Richmond, by Pete Engel
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in Richmond, by Bobby Hudson
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unknown location and contributor
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in Bland County, by Linda Mullennex
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in Southwest Virginia, by Bobby Boyd Amateur Photography
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in Newport, by Dale Stephens
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in Lovettsville, by Chuck Fedorko
former Augusta Military Academy, in Fort Defiance, from Among the Ruin
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in Montvale area, by Wanda Richards
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in Shenandoah, by Larry Painter
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Old Mountfair School on Blackwells Hollow Rd, Western Albemarle County, by Dale Johnson
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Civil War era home in Chesapeake near Dismal Swamp, by Dianna McGuriman Keen
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along Monrovia Rd in Orange County, by Anna Larsen Porter
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in Powhatan, by Wade Johnson
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old general store / train station. in Wildwood, Fluvanna County, by Sharen Montgomery
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Swannanoa Palace, by Stacy Knighton
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back alley in Martinsville, by Darrin R. Doss
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Kents Store, by Phil Jones
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Thessalia Community, Giles County, by David Ferrell
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outside of Lebanon, Russell County, by Danielle Smith Kiser
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Victorian home, complete with turrets, gingerbreading, turned posts. This home built 1897, Round Hill, by Photos of Lehigh Valley
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the back of an abandon church at sunrise. Loudoun county, by Sheri Knauer
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in Gordonsville area, by Cathy Hoyt
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Alberene, by Fred Schneider
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Loudoun County, by Sheri Knauer
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in Hamilton, by Sheri Knauer
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Somewhere in King William County, by Rick Kidd
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in Vernon Hill, by Michael Schmitt
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Outside of Leesburg near Oatlands Plantation, by John James Sugar Donaldson
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Near Graham Forge, by Regina Lane O’Dell
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in Louisa County, by Arthur Peerson Wood
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unknown location and contributor
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“Virginia Dairy” Truck …Columbia,VA, by Rick Stillings
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Selma Plantation in Leesburg, by Sheri Knauer
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in Lunenburg County, by Lewis R Rash
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Old Mill, Near Graham Forge, by Regina Lane O’Dell
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in Pungo, by Coddie Russell Hann
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the Pungo house in winter, by an unknown contributor
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along Rt. 3 in King George County, by Mike Mercer
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James City, by tART – Photography & Art by Terry Rowe
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20 thoughts on “The Best of Abandoned in Virginia – Week 2”

  1. The house in Newport was in use up until just a few years ago. My grandparents are buried in the cemetery just up the hill behind the house.

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  2. If anyone knows the address or coordinates to these places, please comment. I’d love to check these out and take photos myself. Thanks!

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  3. The house that’s pictured from Louisa County; I’ve been past it several times, my parents live nearby. There are a lot of houses like that around there.

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  4. I’d like to get in touch with the person renovating the abandoned house in Kents Store. I drive by it on the way to my parents and have always peeked at it while driving by, as I love abandoned buildings. A while ago, I noticed someone started fixing it up, and am really curious about the project. It is the house pictured in this post. Thanks!

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