An iconic department store visible from interstate 95 in Pawtucket with an uncertain future
A local-chain tire and automotive parts outlet with four car-wide drive-through bays on a local retail corridor.
A handsome, if not crumbling, three story brick and granite five-sided commercial building at the gateway to Pawtucket’s Downtown
An elaborate four and a half story Medieval Gothic armory has been plagued by underutilization for the past 20 years
The “Scherzer Rolling Lift Bridge” at Crook Point was abandoned in 1976 but once carried Providence, East Providence, Warren, & Bristol train lines
In use for almost 70 years, the East Side Train tunnel burrows beneath College Hill and once connected Union Station to East Providence
An enormous granite, brick, and steel early 19th-century military fortification guarding the entrance to Narragansett Bay
A forgotten building on the industrial edge of the north side may be getting a new life
A once bustling retail destination and hang out. Now, a dead mall? Not quite yet…
A campus of eight builidngs constructed over the course of 80 years and encompassing styles from Romanesque to Spanish Colonial to Brutalism
This fine example of roadside architecture is slowly decaying along Route 146 in North Smithfield
A beaux-arts beauty of a train station decays twenty-one feet over the tracks on the city line between Pawtucket and Central Falls
A small but charming red square building in various states of repair and neglect over the years
A sliver of an 1829 structure survives under this turn-of-the-20th-century vaudeville theatre turned movie house turned commercial storefronts
A narrow 3-story building built as infill when rail lines were removed in the Provisions Warehouse District. Most recently a set of nightclubs.