Visit These Fascinating Old Mining Structures In Wyoming For An Adventure Into The Past

The American Frontier was a gritty, sun-scorched expanse of land that promised bold adventurers the lifestyle and capital of their wildest dreams. Much of the West was used, and is still being used, for mining; gold, copper, lead, and coal were found in excess. Today, coal mining is a shrinking industry, but vestiges of the industry’s heyday still remain like ghosts on the edge of civilization.

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It is free to visit the Aladdin Coal Tipple, which is located in Aladdin, Wyoming, just off of WY-24. Have fun on your journey of westward expansion!

Address: Aladdin, WY 82710, USA