Most People Have No Idea This Sunken City In Pennsylvania Even Exists

Marsh Creek State Park has a secret. Those who visit the park in Downingtown often gravitate to Marsh Creek Lake, arguably the masterpiece of the 1,727 acre state park. But, not many may know the secret that lies below the lake’s waters or the fact that this sunken city in Pennsylvania ever existed.

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If you visit Marsh Creek Lake, stop for a minute to think about the sunken city in Pennsylvania that now sits below you then, if you’re up for visiting another part of Pennsylvania’s rich past, plan a trip to this old coal mine.