Nature Is Reclaiming This One Abandoned Wyoming Spot And It’s Actually Amazing
Kirwin is an abandoned mining town located in the Absaroka Range. Not only has nature taken over the old town, but it has taken over the road to get there. To get to this abandoned town, you have to travel 35 miles on an unpaved rocky road that a stream crosses over.
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A disaster put an end to this thriving town, but parts of it still remain. Have you been yet?
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