Saturday, April 30, 2011

40 Abandoned Bowling Alleys From Across The USA

1. Route 44, New York




2. Bowman County, North Dakota



3. Brunswick, Pennsylvania



4. San Francisco Bay, California



5. Detroit, Michigan



6. West Milton, Ohio



7. North Kingsville, Ohio



8. Santa Rosa, California



9. Hyde Park, New York



10. Largo, Florida



11. Tulsa, Oklahoma



12. Akron, Ohio



13. Sacramento, California



14. Hammond, Indiana



15. Peoria, Illinois


16. Whittier, California




17. Council Bluffs, Iowa



18.The All-Star Bowling Alley was the site of the Orangeburg massacre in 1968, an event that occured after black students began to protest the segregated bowling alley.



19. Des Plaines, Illinois
Sim's Bowl & Lounge closed after 55 years in business. The Des Plaines city council voted against buying the building as they felt it was too expensive to fix. The property will most likely sit vacant along with the 100 year old cleaners business next door.



20. Chicago, Illinois
In its prime, leagues could play at any hour of the day and night.



21. Norfolk, Virginia



22. Seattle, Washington



23. Pittsburgh, Pennslyvania



24. Galesberg, Illinois



25. Wells Bridge, New York



27. Chelmsford, Massachusetts



29. Greenwood, South Carolina



30. Mesquite, Texas



31. Portland, Oregon



32. Columbus, Ohio



33. Golden Valley, Minnesota



34. Providence, Rhode Island



36. Perry, Iowa



38. Honolulu, Hawaii



39. Denham, Lousiana



40. Gary, Indiana





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1 comments:

Anonymous said...

Great article and great pictures, urban decay is fascinating to me, really enjoyed these pictures.

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