Visit These Fascinating Ruins In Delaware For An Adventure Into The Past

The small unincorporated village of Yorklyn was once a small but bustling mill town, tucked into the hills of northern Delaware. No one is clocking in at these mills anymore and the machinery was removed years ago, but there’s still a lot to discover in Yorklyn. Here’s a look at what you’ll find today.

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For a small town, there’s a lot to do in Yorklyn. Some of the old industrial property is part of the Auburn Valley State Park. The park includes the historic Marshall Mansion, the Marshall Steam Museum and the Auburn Valley 1/8-scale railroad. Interested in exploring more ruins in Delaware? Check out these 10 Abandoned Places in Delaware That Nature is Reclaiming.

Address: Yorklyn, Kennett Township, DE, USA