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Stage Center

Stage Center

After years of debate over the history, importance and fate of Stage Center, the end is set to start Monday (6/30/14) as preparatory demolition begins next week. Stage Center, originally known as...

Century Center Mall

Century Center Mall

The Criterion Theater and Baum Building were architectural jewels in Oklahoma City by anyone’s standards — landmarks that were razed in the heyday of Urban Renewal. In their place stands Century...

Taft Stadium

Taft Stadium

An Oklahoma City icon will soon look a whole lot different with a renovation project in the works for Taft Stadium. For nearly 80 years, the stadium has stood near May and NW 23rd Street. The...

John Marshall High School

John Marshall High School

  Most people when they think of the old John Marshall High School, they think of violence, gang activity and overall just a relatively bad part of town. However, back in the school’s booming days...

Stewart Metal Fabricators

Stewart Metal Fabricators

Stewart Metal Fabricators, also referred to as W.H. Stewart Co, opened in 1934. SMF came to a sudden close in 2000 because their contractor stopped funding them. Currently the building is owned by...

I-40 Crosstown

I-40 Crosstown

Oklahoma’s three major interstates converge near downtown Oklahoma City where I-35 and I-44 intersect I-40 at either end of a four-mile stretch known as the Crosstown. The original Crosstown was...

Mount Saint Mary's (4th Floor)

Mount Saint Mary’s (4th Floor)

Even though Mount Saint Mary’s isn’t abandoned, it does hold quite a bit of history. There is a whole floor that isn’t used, and, for lack of a better word and for our purposes, has...

Sunset Elementary

Sunset Elementary

Sunset elementary school was built in early 1960 and opened to enrollment in the summer of 1960. It was constructed to serve the overcrowded Ridgeview elementary in the east side of the Village. It...

Sunnyside School

Sunnyside School

Half of the two acres of land for Sunnyside School Dist No. 36 was donated and was constructed by Lambert Construction built this school for $6,600. It is a single-story brick building with a small...

The Walcourt

The Walcourt

In our ever expanding world of Architecture, nothing will ever compare to our historic buildings and the feeling they provide standing in their presence. The Walcourt for instance was designed like...

Riviera Drive-In

Riviera Drive-In

The Riviera Drive-In was once one of south Oklahoma City”s flourishing theaters boasting  a 700 car capacity. The Riviera Drive-In closed in 1999 after thunderstorm in which the screen was...

Bourne Dairy

Bourne Dairy

At the time of its operation, the Bourne Dairy land covered most of the land in the area, including the Cowboy Museum and the Oklahoma City Zoo.  Family Dollar practically share’s it’s...

Townley Dairy

Townley Dairy

The Townley Dairy was one of my first explorations and has proven to be one of my favorites. It has been abandoned since 1998. The cause of the abandonment isn’t as cool as some of the stories...

Jefferson Davis School

Jefferson Davis School

Jefforson Davis School was opened for enrollment in August of 1931. It had a long and succesful run serving the south part of the city immediately south of Capitol Hill. Notably it had several oil...

nuway cleaners

NuWay Laundry & Cleaners

(Nu-Way) NuWay Cleaners was constructed in 1918 on the corner of 6th and Western Ave. While there were multiple other NuWay Cleaner businesses around the city, this one stayed in this location during...

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