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The History Behind This Abandoned Town In Pennsylvania Is Bizarre But True

Coal companies utilized various architectural techniques to house their workers in the early 1900s, but the most distinctive attempt was with Concrete City in Nanticoke, Pennsylvania. Theses concrete buildings were made to be durable — so durable, in fact, that they still stand to this day, long after their abandonment.

The abandoned remains of Concrete City are not only a popular spot for graffiti artists (as you can tell from the photos) but also for paintballers. Check out this video to learn more.

Have you ever been here? Have any cool stories or photos? Feel free to share, and thanks for reading.

Christi
Christi is from Allentown and currently lives and goes to school in Pittsburgh.