The Black Family farm house..parts were built in the 18th century...while exploring a member of the black family caught me....he was a nice old guy gave me the history of the place..we went back to his house(across the street and chatted awhile...
Juily 1976..it sells for 40$..i should have kept it...
when i turned the corner i saw a head of hair..it scared the bijesus out of me
now thats old...
arch ways in basement..not sure what it was used for
how it once looked
house is gone now..torn down...
By My name is actually Hawk
Firstly, I don't know if this is the correct place to post this. Secondly, I've discovered an underground access pipe that have evidence of being lived in a long while ago but I'm not sure how to enter. There's no ladder or stair system and those pipes are very dank and dark. I need some advice on how to be able to climb down and also how to navigate as well as what equipment I may need. So far my urbex experience has consisted of above ground structures and I have the necessary equipment for that so that may help in my underground exploring.
By Among The Unknown
After the Brownsville General Hospital relocated to its new location in 1965, the former buildings were converted into the Golden Age Nursing Home.
Due to the normally full capacity of the Brownsville General Hospital,
the hospital relocated. Shortly after its closing, The Horner Nursing Home/Golden Age Nursing Home was made/built in 1929 and closed in 1985 due to reports of horrible conditions and treatment of its patients.
The nursing home was a residence for some of the nurses who worked at the hospital. It later became a care facility for the elderly.
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Location: Brownsville, PA