This beautiful church + cemetery have been lovingly maintained for 185 years.
[Hale County, AL]
This old railroad town is much quieter today than it once was
[Clarke County, AL]
Built in 1906, this impressive mansion has been on the market for years.
[Perry County, AL]
This church sits forgotten, with no signage or markers to tell us her stories.
[Sumter County, AL]
Built in 1882, this is the second church built by this congregation.
[Wilcox County, AL]
Built in 1845, this raised-cottage has had some fascinating residents.
[Dallas County, AL]
Built in 1870, this home has sat empty for many years but its current owner is giving it a new lease on life!
[Russell County, Alabama]
Built in the 1800s by a pioneer family, this home is a magnificent example of the traditional dogtrot style.
[Bullock County, Alabama]
Built in 1853, this abandoned Antebellum church is a unique example of Greek Revival style in Alabama.