Room number on a door at the former Waldo Hotel in West Virginia.
An upper floor at the former Waldo Hotel, a Beaux-Arts style hotel constructed in West Virginia in the early 1900's.
Grand staircase inside the Waldo Hotel in West Virginia.
Lobby detail. Waldo Hotel, West Virginia.
Hallway inside the Waldo Hotel in West Virginia.
This former hotel was converted into apartments in the 1950's but has sat abandoned since the 1990's.
Upstairs unit in the historic Waldo Hotel in West Virginia.
The Beaux Arts style Waldo Hotel, constructed in 1904, was converted to apartment in the 1950's, but it was once known as the most luxurious hotels in West Virginia. Since being abandoned in the 1990's, the former hotel has sat abandoned and has now been condemned.
The Waldo Hotel in West Virginia was built in 1904 and was once considered the most lavish of hotels in the state. By the 1950's, during a decline, the hotel was converted into an apartment complex.
Bedroom in an upper floor apartment, inside the former Waldo Hotel in West Virginia.
Construction of the Waldo Hotel in Clarksburg, West Virginia was completed in 1904. Designed by Harrison Alrbight, this seven story hotel was of the Beax-Arts style and was one of the most ornate hotels in West Virginia, costing $400,000 to build. It contained a three-story lobby, with wrap around balconies, mosaic tiles and a marble grand staircase.