Earlier today we were wandering through Punxsutawney, PA (home of Groundhog Day's most famous critter), and we happened upon an amazing find on one of the side streets.
About all that remains of this building are the amazing archway and the tiled entranceway.
Inside there are some signs of former life, like the remains of some electrical wiring.
But mostly, there were broken beer bottles mixed in with the mossy earth.
Lots of bricks lined the back part of the lot, and they too were being reclaimed by nature.
On the way back to the front, I noticed that the archway made a beautiful frame.
Not related to urban decay, Punxsutawney has a very unusual assortment of groundhog statues. I don't know how many there are total (I've not yet had a chance to Google information on them), but some of them can be seen over at Flickr, if anyone is interested.