Barkerville, British Columbia--- ghost town  (ive been there 3 times now and ever time its awesome i hope to take my son a cupple times as well)

6 Ghost Towns and Abandoned Cities of North America

Barkerville, British Columbia--- ghost town (ive been there 3 times now and…

Aspotogan Hotel Construction of the Aspotagan Sea Spa began in 1993 but just a year later, the project ran out of money. Even though it’s been 20 years, no new business opportunities has come up and the space continues to sit half-built, abandoned and unused on the South Shore of Nova Scotia between St.Margaret’s Bay and Mahone Bay.

North Brother Is The Abandoned NYC Island You Didn't Know Existed

Aspotogan Hotel-South Shore of Nova Scotia between St. Margaret's Bay and Mahone Bay-began constructuon 1993 and went bankrupt Abandoned Canada: 15 Places That Are Equally Creepy And Beautiful (PHOTOS)

Abandoned Canadian Ghost Town To Be Revived By Entrepreneur

Abandoned Canadian Ghost Town to be Revived by Entrepreneur

Nestled amidst rolling mountains and towering pines is the abandoned town of Kitsault in British Columbia, Canada.

Ghost Towns of Canada- Barkerville Part 2/3

Here is PART TWO (of three) of "Ghost Towns of Canada" a History Television program featuring Barkerville Historic Town. Filmed at Barkerville in Hope .

One of the more famous ghost towns in Saskatchewan is Uranium City. It was close to achieving city status and then collapsed upon the closure of the Eldorado Mine and the mass exodus of its population.  Thanks, Huffington Post.  WM

Abandoned Eldorado Canyon Mine 16880 Nevada Searchlight, NV ‎(Saskatchewan is Uranium City. It was close to achieving city status and then collapsed upon the closure of the Eldorado Mine and the mass exodus of its population)

Bradian, a ghost town in British Columbia, on the market for just under $1M | CTV News

Bradian, a ghost town in British Columbia, on the market for just under $1M | CTV News

Chernobyl’s graffiti: Art in the ghost town

Graffiti of a crying baby on a wall, Chernobyl Power Plant, Chernobyl, Ukraine. (Photo by Hans Neleman/Getty Images)

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