There’s An Abandoned Aqueduct In Pennsylvania That Was Never Completed And It’s Eerily Fascinating

A hike through Pennsylvania’s forests and state parks often means discovering pieces of history we probably never knew existed. Buchanan State Forest, for example, features a trail that’s brimming with history and that passes the site where a Civilian Conservation Corps camp, then a German POW camp during World War II, once sat. You’ll also pass an aqueduct in Pennsylvania with a fascinating backstory, making this unique trail well worth a visit.

Have you been to this abandoned aqueduct in Pennsylvania? Share your experience in the comments! Did you know you can also explore the ruins of an abandoned bottling plant at Valley Forge National Historical Park?

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Address: Buchanan State Forest, Clearville, PA 15535, USA