Most Endangered Historic Places Announced

The National Trust for Historic Preservation has named the country's most endangered historic places for 2009. The annual list has identified 211 sites over 22 years in hopes of galvanizing preservation efforts across the country to save one-of-a-kind landmarks. Of these 211 sites, only six have been lost.

So what made the cut this year?

The Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles

The Miami Marine Stadium in Key Biscayne, Miami

Dorchester Academy in Midway, Ga.

Lanai City in Hawaii

Unity Temple in Oak Park, Ill.

Ames Shovel Shops in Easton, Mass.

Memorial Bridge connecting Kittery, Maine and Portsmouth, NH 

Mount Taylor in Grants, NM

Human Services Center in Yankton, SD

Cast Iron Architecture of Galveston, Texas

The Manhattan Project's Enola Gay Hangar in Wendover, Utah

What do you think of this year's additions? Are they worth saving?

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