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House on County Route 11 in Depauville, NY. The house has since burned down, and photos can be found on the house's page at OABNNY. Photo: <a href="http://oabonny.com/indexpage9.htm">Old Abandoned Buildings of Northern New York</a>
House on County Route 11 in Depauville, NY. The house has since burned down, and photos can be found on the house's page at OABNNY. Photo: Old Abandoned Buildings of Northern New York

Watertown man preserves "Old Abandoned Buildings" with web site

We've all driven down the highway in the North Country and been amazed that some structure by the side of the road was still standing. Maybe it used to be a barn, a house, or a gas station, but it's been left to the elements, and these days it's an old abandoned building.

For the past eight years, Jefferson County resident and web designer Marc Mosher has been chronicling just such buildings on a web site called "Old Abandoned Buildings of Northern New York" (also known as OABNNY.) He describes the site as a combination of photography, urban exploration, and history.

Mosher grew up exploring abandoned buildings with his father, and when he got older he combined that interest with his profession to create OABNNY in 2004. He answered our questions about OABNNY via email.  Go to full article

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