Abandoned Ohio: 25 Photos of Ohio's Deserted Schools

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In this week's installment of Abandoned Ohio, we take a peek at the deteriorating remains of several deserted Ohio school buildings.

Through the photographs of Jeffery R. Stroup from Great Lakes Urban Exploration, we explore the abandoned hallways, classrooms, and auditoriums of four northeast Ohio schools- Stanard School in Cleveland, Chesterland School in Chesterland, Mason School in Akron, and Beehive School in Maple Heights.

All photographs were taken between 2005 and 2011. The four photographed buildings have since been demolished.

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