In 1920, Willis Hale built the Champion Electric Company near the ruins of the old gristmill at the
to of Brandywine Falls.
On the shore of Chippewa Lake, hidden among the weeds and bushes, are the remnants of one of Ohio's earliest amusement park. You can still see the Tumble Bug, the seat less Ferris Wheel, and a few remain buildings still standing after 30 years.
An old Coast Guard station is slowly decaying along the shores of Lake Erie in Cleveland.
The hillside on the canal side of the bridge was once used to store
ammunition. The locals said that "you would have to be crazy to live
there". This is how it quickly became known as Crazy Man's Hollow.
This quarry was a major source of Berea Sandstone in the northeast
since the 1830s.
This gated off bridge is being prepared for demolition so a new
bridge can be built.
Take a walk down the famous "Highway to Hell" from the Helltown
The paper mill was a short distance from a railway line running between Cleveland and Akron. In 1907, the Jaite Company obtained right-of-way from the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad to construct a sideline to the mill. It still remains today.