I normally look at the Krey plant from the west, along N. Florissant, or even further west. The back lot is where scrap metal is dropped off to be recycled. You can see the twin truncated smokestacks in the background.… Continue Reading
This was Bob Reuter’s church, way back in the 1960s. It still is occupied, as far as I can tell.
Sitting next to an abandoned in-fill house, there will apparently be a garden here one day.
I return to this forlorn row of beautiful Second Empire tenements south of the old Friedens Evangelisch Lutheran Church. Nothing is happening to these houses, other than that they are deteriorating more. They are all abandoned, as far as I… Continue Reading
I visited Randall Place a couple of years ago while in the northern Hyde Park area, and I went back recently. Some houses, like the stately house above, are in great condition, but the house below has been engulfed by… Continue Reading
The massive Most Holy Trinity stands defiantly a block away from the interstate, still in business even after population decline in the Hyde Park neighborhood. Repairs have been made recently to the copper flashing on the crossing. I first photographed… Continue Reading
Built around 1922, this church at Gano and Carter is an interesting specimen. It has been added onto, repaired, patched and bricked up. But it is still occupied, and while the rest of the block is vacant, the church holds… Continue Reading
The Fairgrounds neighborhood is isolated by closed streets and Fairgrounds Park on the south, but it is an interesting, eclectic neighborhood, architecturally. It shows evidence of having been built up over a very long time, and some houses can already… Continue Reading
This parking lot is for the Good Hope church next door. I love the little attendant’s booth. Is this church abandoned?
While this church reminds me of a Christian Scientist building, it is not, apparently.