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Visiting Canada’s $50 million 1980s ghost town

It sounds made up. In the wilderness of British Columbia, a two-hour drive from any town with cell reception, sits a ghost town. Not only a ghost town, but a ghost town that was built for $50 million in 1981, only to be shut down a year later. Not only that, but a ghost town that was built for families, from the community center to the curling rink, the grocery store to the pub. Not only that, but a ghost town that has been fully preserved: the roofs redone, the rooms dusted, as much kept in its place as it was 40 years ago, right down to the medical equipment in the hospital and the children’s toys in the daycare. … read more >

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