Abandoned places tell a story.  Some places have great history while others are cloaked in mystery.

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The abandoned stack is all that remains of the Bear Spring Furnace, built around 150 years ago.

Bear Spring Furnace

Men from Nashville with a background in banking and merchandising found Stewart County, Tennessee to be rich in brown hematite and timber.  Joseph Woods, Robert Woods and Thomas Yeatman formed…

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St. Stephen’s Church in Land Between The Lakes

St. Stephen’s Church in Land Between The Lakes is historically significant because it is only one of a handful of the known original remaining buildings in LBL. The church was built in 1900 by German Americans seeking a place to worship. The final regular service was held sometime around 1942. For the next several decades, the church sat vacant next to the church’s cemetery.

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Read more about the article Old Dogtown Road Bridge
The bridge, once an important link for Marshall County across Clark's River, has been closed for many years.

Old Dogtown Road Bridge

In the Clark's River bottoms on Dogtown Road in Marshall County, Ky. lies an abandoned bridge that dates back to 1919.The bridge crosses Clark’s River and has a length of…

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