Tag: Ruins

Posted in Pennsylvania

Devil’s Hole

Virtually nothing is known about the ruins in the Devil’s Hole, found ironically in Paradise Valley.  According to local legends, the place was a hunting… read more Devil’s Hole

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Rausch Gap

Hidden in between Fort Indiantown Gap Military Reservation and Swatara State Park in northern Lebanon County are the ruins of the town of Rausch Gap,… read more Rausch Gap

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Ashley Planes & Powerhouse Ruins

Gravity makes trains sad. On some mountainsides, a train simply couldn’t get the speed or power needed to make it up the side. In the… read more Ashley Planes & Powerhouse Ruins

Posted in New England


This southern New Hampshire ghost town was the first European inland settlement in the state. Built around 1737, Monson would not last very long; it… read more Monson

Posted in Pennsylvania

Carbondale Mine Fires & Abandoned Factory

I had read on a number of online forums that Carbondale had 3 fires burning underneath it at once. Having already been to both Centralia… read more Carbondale Mine Fires & Abandoned Factory

Posted in New Jersey

Peters Valley and Thunder Mountain School

Located just a few miles north Walpack is the area known as Peter’s Valley. Like Walpack, much of the area was forced to vacate when… read more Peters Valley and Thunder Mountain School

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Kirby Park Ruins

Nothing overly spectacular, but it was local, so why not. Kirby Park near downtown Wilkes-Barre houses some remnants of when the area was the property… read more Kirby Park Ruins

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Eckley Miners’ Village

Much like Walpack or Whitesbog, Eckley Miners’ Village is a restored and lived-in historic village. Eckley began in 1854 and at its peak had a… read more Eckley Miners’ Village