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Elkin's Park, Lynnewood Hall

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The abandoned Titanic mansion hiding secret tunnels

This spectacular Neo-classical Revival masterpiece Lynnewood Hall is considered one of the greatest surviving Gilded Age mansions in America. Let's take a look around and discover the fascinating Titanic connection of this prestigious pad...

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The abandoned mansion with a shocking Titanic secret

This spectacular neo-classical revival masterpiece Lynnewood Hall is considered one of the greatest surviving Gilded Age mansions in America. Let's take a look around and discover the fascinating Titanic connection of this prestigious pad...

" Lynnewood Hall is a Neoclassical Revival mansion in Elkins Park, Montgomery County designed by architect Horace Trumbauer for i. Old Mansions, Mansions Homes, Abandoned Mansions, Abandoned Property, Abandoned Castles, Abandoned Places, Old Buildings, Abandoned Buildings, Lynnwood Hall

Lynnewood Hall, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

"Lynnewood Hall is a 110-room Neoclassical Revival mansion in Elkins Park, Montgomery County designed by architect Horace Trumbauer for industrialist Peter A. B. Widener between 1897 and 1900. Considered the largest surviving Gilded Age mansion in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area, it housed one of the most important Gilded Age private art collections of European masterpieces and decorative arts assembled by Widener and his younger son Joseph... ...Built from Indiana limestone, the…

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A Look Inside The Abandoned, Crumbling Mansion With a Titanic Connection

The 110-room mansion known as Lynnewood Hall was once among the most spectacular homes in the United States, with extravagant riches and art. But after the Titanic sank, that all came crashing down -- and hard. Now, more than a century later, the creepy home sits abandoned and crumbling behind closed doors. But we're taking a chilling peek inside to see what's left of this mansion forsaken.

Edward T. Thome Visual Storyteller · 9 hrs There is no disputing the fact that the Van Dyck Gallery has suffered more than any other room in the mansion. Even though it’s been ravaged by fire, water, and nature, it’s beauty is resilient and shines through its coffered ceiling which remarkably has remained mostly intact. This is how the room appears today. Lynnwood Hall, Elkins Park, Other Rooms, Pennsylvania, Acre, Storytelling, Master Bedroom, Ceiling, Mansions

Edward T. Thome Visual Storyteller · 9 hrs There is no disputing the fact that the Van Dyck Gallery has suffered more than any other room in the mansion. Even though it’s been ravaged by fire, water, and nature, it’s beauty is resilient and shines through its coffered ceiling which remarkably has remained mostly intact. This is how the room appears today.

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Architectural Afterlife - Preserving History Of Abandoned And Forgotten Places

Abandoned places, photographs of them and their history

' Elstowe ', the William Lukens Elkins estate designed by Horace Trumbauer c. 1898 in Elkins Park, Pennsylvania . Elkins began his car. Lynnwood Hall, Elkins Park, Old Houses, Manor Houses, Old World Style, Gilded Age, Architecture Old, Historic Homes, Pennsylvania

'Elstowe'

' Elstowe ', the William Lukens Elkins estate designed by Horace Trumbauer c. 1898 in Elkins Park, Pennsylvania . Elkins began his car...

' Lynnewood Hall ', the Peter A. Widener estate designed by Horace Trumbauer c. 1898 in Elkins Park, Pennsylvania . Widener was a t. Lynnwood Hall, Spanish Mansion, Elkins Park, American Mansions, Hall Flooring, Mansion Interior, Gilded Age, Country Estate, Architectural Elements

'Lynnewood Hall'

' Lynnewood Hall ', the Peter A.B. Widener estate designed by Horace Trumbauer c. 1898 in Elkins Park, Pennsylvania . Widener was a t...

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  Lynnwood Hall, National Gallery Of Art, Neoclassical, Reception Rooms, Titanic, Abandoned, Entrance, Real Estate, Mansions

The abandoned Titanic mansion hiding secret tunnels

This spectacular Neo-classical Revival masterpiece Lynnewood Hall is considered one of the greatest surviving Gilded Age mansions in America. Let's take a look around and discover the fascinating Titanic connection of this prestigious pad...

  Abandoned Mansion For Sale, Abandoned Mansions, Abandoned Places, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Castles, Haunted Places, Empty Pool, National Gallery Of Art, Victorian Homes

The abandoned mansion with a shocking Titanic secret

This spectacular neo-classical revival masterpiece Lynnewood Hall is considered one of the greatest surviving Gilded Age mansions in America. Let's take a look around and discover the fascinating Titanic connection of this prestigious pad...

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Highest-rated specialty museums in Pennsylvania, according to Tripadvisor

Stacker compiled a list of the highest rated specialty museums in Pennsylvania, according to Tripadvisor.

" Lynnewood Hall is a Neoclassical Revival mansion in Elkins Park, Montgomery County designed by architect Horace Trumbauer for i. Old Mansions, Mansions Homes, Abandoned Mansions, Abandoned Property, Abandoned Castles, Abandoned Places, Old Buildings, Abandoned Buildings, Lynnwood Hall

Lynnewood Hall, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

"Lynnewood Hall is a 110-room Neoclassical Revival mansion in Elkins Park, Montgomery County designed by architect Horace Trumbauer for industrialist Peter A. B. Widener between 1897 and 1900. Considered the largest surviving Gilded Age mansion in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area, it housed one of the most important Gilded Age private art collections of European masterpieces and decorative arts assembled by Widener and his younger son Joseph... ...Built from Indiana limestone, the…

A Look Inside The Abandoned Mansion With a Titanic Connection Mega Mansions, Old Mansions, Abandoned Mansions, Abandoned Places, Lynnwood Hall, Elkins Park, Grand Entryway, Dream Mansion, Dream Homes

A Look Inside The Abandoned, Crumbling Mansion With a Titanic Connection

The 110-room mansion known as Lynnewood Hall was once among the most spectacular homes in the United States, with extravagant riches and art. But after the Titanic sank, that all came crashing down -- and hard. Now, more than a century later, the creepy home sits abandoned and crumbling behind closed doors. But we're taking a chilling peek inside to see what's left of this mansion forsaken.

Edward T. Thome Visual Storyteller · 9 hrs There is no disputing the fact that the Van Dyck Gallery has suffered more than any other room in the mansion. Even though it’s been ravaged by fire, water, and nature, it’s beauty is resilient and shines through its coffered ceiling which remarkably has remained mostly intact. This is how the room appears today. Lynnwood Hall, Elkins Park, Other Rooms, Pennsylvania, Acre, Storytelling, Master Bedroom, Ceiling, Mansions

Edward T. Thome Visual Storyteller · 9 hrs There is no disputing the fact that the Van Dyck Gallery has suffered more than any other room in the mansion. Even though it’s been ravaged by fire, water, and nature, it’s beauty is resilient and shines through its coffered ceiling which remarkably has remained mostly intact. This is how the room appears today.