What You’ll Discover In These 11 Deserted Pennsylvania Towns Is Truly Grim

Pennsylvania has always contributed greatly to the United States economy. Particularly during the more industrialized 18th and 19th centuries, its location in the rust belt led to its dominance as an economic superpower. Coal, iron, timber: we had it all. As these resources dwindled in certain areas, so did the residents of those areas… And today, our state has numerous ghost towns to call our own, many of which were once coal towns.

Check out these weird, abandoned places and if you find them interesting, be sure to check out some more Pennsylvania ghost towns.

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Ever been to any of these places? Cool stories to share? Do you know anything about Tartown? Do you have any other ghost towns to add? Share all of your thoughts in the comment section!