Five Abandoned Places in Northeast Texas

Above is what one might call, “the Last Swann Song” as this once promising community of shops now sits empty with boarded up windows on Swann Street near downtown Tyler.

There’s something eerie, yet beautifully intriguing, about old structures covered up with nature or decay because humans no longer care for them. Once thriving operations, one can now only speculate about the memories made in these locations.

Photographer Stan Johnson shares here a few of his favorite forgotten places in the Upper East Side of Texas. 

Above is what one might call, "the Last Swann Song" as this once promising community of shops now sits empty with boarded up windows on Swann Street near downtown Tyler.

Abandoned Places for Those Preferring to go Off the Beaten Path
Abandoned Places for Those Preferring to go Off the Beaten Path
Abandoned Places for Those Preferring to go Off the Beaten Path
Abandoned Places for Those Preferring to go Off the Beaten Path

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