This week we take a look at Northeastern Abandoned Exploration's photos of St. John's Church of Albany.

The church, located in Albany's south end, was initially abandoned after World War II, but later used as a rehabilitation center, according to the Times Union.

Dan Laroe, a Capital Region resident, photographs abandoned buildings throughout the northeast as a hobby for his Facebook page, Northeastern Abandoned Exploration. Check out more photos from the Tobins First Prize, and other cool buildings in the northeast, on his Facebook page.