This Abandoned Ghost Town In Washington Will Take You Back In Time

Molson is an old, abandoned town in northeastern Washington, just below the Canadian border. A long time ago, the mining town was once booming – until an arrogant farmer decided to claim that most of the town was on his homestead. Now, years later, the area remains preserved as a creepy Open Air Museum that you can still walk around and explore. You’ll be able to find several remaining pioneer buildings, including the old school and bank, as well as farming equipment and other relics.

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Have you been to Molson before? Or would you like to explore this abandoned ghost town?