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Our Lady of Perpetual Help School was a century old Catholic school that doubled as a community center for two decades until its abandonment in 2007. However, there are some cool and kind of creepy photos of this vacant school now available at Greater Greater Washington. Since the author/photographer took the tour with architects and contractors, it's fair to say that the Archdiocese of Washington is looking to repurpose the building in some way. [GGW; Photo by Ted Eytan]