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While photographing the remnants of World War I along the Western Front in France doctor, artist and explorer Jeff Gusky was shown a cavern covered in carvings made by soldiers a century ago. Uss Yorktown, Underground Cities, Historical Landmarks, Gods Grace, World War I, Historian, Wwi, Soldiers, The Incredibles

World War I: Secret Underground Cities

Jeff Gusky is a doctor, artist and explorer. In 2012, while on a trip photographing the remnants of World War I along the Western Front in France, a historian showed him something incredible: a cavern in the Picardy Region of France that was covered in carvings made by soldiers during World War I.

Construction was completed on Mobile's Christ Church Cathedral in In a major hurricane destroyed the steeple as shown in this image. The steeple has never been replaced. Historical Landmarks, Historical Photos, New Orleans Vacation, Mobile Alabama, Anglican Church, Ancient Buildings, Church Of England, Sweet Home Alabama, Church Building

New Historical Folk art painting

Greek Revival maiden Greek Revival Maiden shows a elegantly dressed lady to the side of a pink and white stucco Greek Revival cottage inspired by the 1840's Isaac Bogart home located in New Orleans Garden district. The home is a beautiful blend of Gulf Coast Creole and South Carolina classical architecture. Behind the front door is not a hall but a open air gallery. The pedimented front porch has box paneled columns as well as Tower of the winds fluted columns. The 3 bay openings all have…

The Peanut Depot – Homemade Peanut Butter In honor of National Peanut Month, we took a field trip to the… Birmingham Southern, City Of Birmingham, Birmingham Alabama, Kalua Pork Slow Cooker, Homemade Peanut Butter, Magic City, Sweet Home Alabama, Down South, Good Ole

Home - Plain Chicken

Quick and easy recipes made with everyday ingredients that are guaranteed to please the pickiest eaters. Simple family recipes.

Bryce Hospital, Tuscaloosa, AL - Aerial view of the campus, showing the large additions made to the original Kirkbride building in a darker color. These additions have since been demolished Historical Landmarks, Historical Images, Uss Yorktown, Susquehanna River, Abandoned Asylums, University Of Alabama, Timeline Photos, Aerial View, Small Towns

Bryce Hospital

History of Bryce Hospital with photographic documentation and urban exploration accounts by Tom Kirsch.

Pottery Kiln - Photo of the Abandoned Bryce Hospital Abandoned Asylums, Abandoned Buildings, Pottery Kiln, Historical Landmarks, Vintage Lamps, Worcester, Hospitals, Cool Stuff, Warehouse

Pottery Kiln - Photo of the Abandoned Bryce Hospital

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Bryce Hospital, Tuscaloosa, AL - Boxes full of psychiatric evaluations were left behind in a decaying room Abandoned Asylums, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Places, Uss Yorktown, Historical Landmarks, Human Mind, Hospitals, Drawings, Mental Health

Mrs. Jarhead - Photo of the Abandoned Bryce Hospital

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Alabama State Hospital for the Insane first opened its doors in in Tuscaloosa. Historical Landmarks, Mental Health Issues, Alabama, Editor, History, Historia

Inside Alabama's historic and creepy hospital for the insane

Alabama State Hospital for the Insane first opened its doors in 1861, in Tuscaloosa. The aim was to house 250 patients and give them dignity in pleasant surroundings.

The old Bryce Hospital and Mental Institution Off of St. Northport in Alabama. Now haunted and abandoned. Haunted Hospital, Old Hospital, Scary Places, Haunted Places, Abandoned Asylums, Abandoned Places, Spooky Scary, Creepy, Mental Asylum

Sept 5, 2019 - Escape Rooms | What are they? | Breakout Games

What are Escape Rooms? What are the tips and strategies to beating one of these immersive entertainment experiences? Find out all your questions here.

Autoclave used to sterilize medicine at Bryce Hospital, opened in 1861 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, is Alabama's oldest and largest inpatient psychiatric facility Insane Asylum, Medical Dental, Historical Landmarks, Mental Health Issues, Psychiatry, Tuscaloosa Alabama, Creepy Stuff, Lungs, Hospitals

Autoclave used to sterilize medicine at Bryce Hospital, opened in 1861 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, is Alabama's oldest and largest inpatient psychiatric facility

Bryce Hospital, opened in 1861 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, is Alabama's oldest and largest inpatient psychiatric facility original digital file Abandoned Churches, Abandoned Asylums, Abandoned Places, Old Hospital, Abandoned Hospital, Spooky Places, Haunted Places, Haunted Asylums, Haunted Houses

Sept 5, 2019 - Escape Rooms | What are they? | Breakout Games

What are Escape Rooms? What are the tips and strategies to beating one of these immersive entertainment experiences? Find out all your questions here.

Alabama is home to Vulcan - the world’s largest cast iron statue, which is comprised of pounds of iron and is 56 feet tall. Vulcan stands at the top of Red Mountain, overlooking the beautiful city of Birmingham. Iron And Steel Industry, Louisiana Purchase, Birmingham Alabama, Magic City, Sweet Home Alabama, Roadside Attractions, World's Fair, St Louis, Four Square

Vulcan statue - Wikipedia

The Vulcan statue is the largest cast iron statue in the world, and is the city symbol of Birmingham, Alabama, reflecting its roots in the iron and steel industry. The 56-foot tall statue depicts the Roman god Vulcan, god of the fire and forge. It was created as Birmingham's entry for the Louisiana Purchase Exposition (1904 World's Fair) in St. Louis, Missouri. It is the seventh-tallest free-standing statue in the United States