Boarded Up, Unloved and Vanished in Houston

Boarded Up, Unloved and Vanished in Houston

We took a look at boarded up, unloved and vanished buildings in the Bayou City. We're big on tearing down and starting over with shiny new construction, but is all of Houston's architectural history destined for obsolescence?

Photos via CC by Patrick Feller, J E Theriot, Justin A. Wilcox, Daniel Hartwig, Jenn, Matthew Rutledge, Ed T, Abrahán Garza, Ed Schipul and courtesy of the Texas Historical Commission.


We took a look at boarded up, unloved and vanished buildings in the Bayou City. We're big on tearing down and starting over with shiny new construction, but is all of Houston's architectural history destined for obsolescence?

Photos via CC by Patrick Feller, J E Theriot, Justin A. Wilcox, Daniel Hartwig, Jenn, Matthew Rutledge, Ed T, Abrahán Garza, Ed Schipul and courtesy of the Texas Historical Commission.
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