Amarillo is home to a number of abandoned buildings that are equally admired and despised by many. But despite the controversy, the cultural and historic value of these abandoned places is undeniable, and it's always worth taking a deeper look into what the places once were.
Oh, Say It’s So! Historic Herring Hotel To Be Restored
I think it might be official! The historic Herring Hotel in downtown Amarillo is finally on track to restoration!
[PHOTOS] A Rare Look Inside the Historic Santa Fe Depot
If you have driven behind the Civic Center at any time on Grant Street, you have seen the historic Santa Fe Depot. But, have you seen the inside of the Santa Fe Depot?
Take A Video Tour Of The "Abandoned" Skellytown School
The video is a great watch, and the comments are even better.
Another Forgotten Landmark On Old Route 66, The Triangle Motel
The Triangle Motel is still a long way away from the glory days of Route 66, but the hopes are still to see it restored.
A Fascinating and Eerie Look at Amarillo’s Best Known Abandoned Buildings
Take a look at some of the stories we've done on Amarillo's most famous abandoned buildings
Haunted History Of The Garvey Revisited With Video.
This is one of those situations where the ghost stories and legends should be left alone.
An Iconic Route 66 Landmark In Amarillo Escaped A Fiery Disaster
One of the last authentic roadside relics of Route 66, the Ranchotel, narrowly escaped a fiery end
Can You Tell What This Abandoned Building Near Canyon Used to Be?
The remains of this building are a cornerstone of history for this rural community.
Videos of "Haunted" Motels, Apartments, Schools in Amarillo, TX
From landmarks to eyesores, here's a glimpse inside some of Amarillo's "haunted" abandoned buildings.
Ranchotel: Amarillo's Forgotten Route 66 Landmark Tourist Court
One could say that the best of times lasted until Route 66 was realigned.
A Deeper Look Inside Amarillo's Abandoned St. Anthony's Hospital
St. Anthony's architectural beauty is contrasted by the boarded up and busted windows, and graffiti. Check out these photos.