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Normandale Shopping Center | Photo © 2022 Bullet, www.abandonedalabama.com

Normandale Shopping Center

History of the Normandale Shopping Center After World War II, the first shopping plaza in Alabama was constructed on a 22.5-acre plot, 3 miles south of the Alabama State House. The plaza was named...

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Rose Supper Club

State Theater Better known as the Rose Supper Club, the State Theater opened in 1940 located at 954 Highland Avenue in Montgomery, Alabama, and operated until 1955. It was constructed for the local...

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Van Pelt House

Van Pelt House Some history on the property: the house known as the Van Pelt House was built in 1907 by Colonel James Steptoe Pinckard, who had formed Capitol Heights in 1904, although the plan...

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Montgomery Mall

History of Montgomery Mall Montgomery Mall, located in Montgomery, Alabama, was a spacious enclosed regional shopping center spanning 700,000 square feet and occupying a single level. Its origins...

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Highland Theatre

The Highland Theatre located on Highland Avenue in Montgomery, Alabama, was designed and built in the late-1940s by some of the city’s most prominent architects and businessmen. W. Y. Lovelace...

Jenkins Brick Company Plant No. 2 | Photo © 2023, www.abandonedalabama.com

Jenkins Brick Co. Plant No.2

Jenkins Brick Company John Michael Jenkins, Founder The Jenkins Brick Company was founded in 1899 by John Michael Jenkins in Wetumpka, Alabama. After losing a leg working as an engineer for the...

Moses Building

Moses Building

Court Square If you’ve ever been to Court Square in Montgomery, you’ve likely seen the large cast-iron fountain which dominates the roundabout. The historical buildings around the...

Rockhaven

Rockhaven

Colonel J. S. Pinckard Rockhaven was a large mansion in the Capitol Heights neighborhood of Montgomery, Alabama, built in 1907 by James Steptoe Pinckard Jr. who was born on August 4, 1856, in...

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Western Railway of Alabama

The Montgomery Railroad, later known as the Western Railway of Alabama, was one of the earliest railroads in the South. It was founded on January 20, 1832, with tracks being built...

Forest Avenue Methodist Church | Photo © 2022 Bullet, www.abandonedalabama.com

Forest Avenue Methodist Church

Forest Avenue Methodist Church In 1896, the Dexter Avenue Methodist Church began a mission in the Highland Park area of Montgomery. The mission met in an old abandoned building along the Central of...

morning view postcard

Morning View

Gen. Mitchell B. Houghton Mitchell Bennett Houghton was born on September 14, 1844, the son of William Henry and Elizabeth Ann Bennett Houghton. In July 1861, he enlisted in Newton, Alabama in the...

brame house 1980

Brame House

Property dates back to 1862 The Brame House, also known as the Brame-Cody-Neal House, was a historic Classical Revival-style house in Montgomery located at 402 South Hull Street. Its...

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