Tag: Ghost Town

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Brunswick Town and Fort Anderson Ruins

Photos from June 2013 Old Brunswick Town predates the American Revolution and was once an important port along the Cape Fear River.  The growing size… read more Brunswick Town and Fort Anderson Ruins

Posted in Pennsylvania


Photos taken June ’12 via camera & camera phone, hence different photo sizes Another find via geocaching.  Seriously, if you’ve never geocached, get a GPS… read more Lausanne

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Photos from May 2011 Man, was this an adventure. When a game commissioner has to drive you back to your car, you know you had… read more Alvira

Posted in New England


Dogtown, found between Gloucester and Rockport (yes, the same Rockport where that silly Paper House is) has a long and unusual history.  Settled as early… read more Dogtown

Posted in Pennsylvania

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

Posted in Pennsylvania

Celestia, PA (Ghost Town)

Another example of the place’s story being much more interesting than the place itself. I had read over and over about a ghost town in… read more Celestia, PA (Ghost Town)

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 New Jersey

Fries Mill

Probably one of the least visited and least known ghost towns in southern New Jersey, Fries Mill can be found in the Manumuskin River Preserve…. read more Fries Mill