Orange County: A Photo Essay

Located just north of the New Jersey-New York border, Orange County is rich in history, culture and abandonments of every kind, from the dusty corridors of the Middletown Psychiatric Center to the forgotten neighborhoods of Newburgh. From Goshen to Port Jervis, Walden to Wallkill, Orange County offers a fascinating collection of farms, barns, factories, mills and more. For more information, visit the Orange County website here.

Dutch Reformed Church, Newburgh NY
Dutch Reformed Church, Newburgh NY
Photo by Liz Cooke
Abandoned dairy farm ca 1888, Route 208, Wallkill NY
Condensed Milk Factory, ca. 1888, Wallkill NY
Photo by Liz Cooke
Montgomery Worsted Mills, Montgomery NY
Montgomery Worsted Mills, Montgomery NY
Photo by Andy Milford
Industrial area, Cottage Street, Middletown
Industrial area, Middletown NY
Photo by Andy Milford
Abandoned school and store, Liberty & Renwick, Newburgh NY
Abandoned school and store, Newburgh NY
Photo by Liz Cooke
Orange County Fairgrounds w:Worlds Fair lights, Middletown NY
Orange County Fairgrounds (not abandoned!) with 1964 NY Worlds Fair streetlights
Photo by Andy Milford
Abandoned 1888 dairy farm, Route 208, Wallkill
Seen in an 1888 dairy farm, Wallkill NY
Photo by Andy Milford
Mural, seen on the side of a semi, Middletown NY
Photo by Andy Milford
1888 dairy farm, Route 208, Wallkill NY
Condensed Milk Factory, ca. 1888, Wallkill NY
Photo by Liz Cooke

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Seen in an abandoned dairy, Wallkill NY. Photo by Andy Milford
Seen in an abandoned dairy, Wallkill NY.
Photo by Andy Milford