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A Canadian Ghost Town That Stood Frozen in Time

1970s | September 21, 2016

In Canada the small town of Kitsault lies frozen in time, completely abandoned by it's once 1,200 strong community.

Kitsault has been left a ghost town for 30 years now and despite being bought in 2004 it still remains in the same state that it was left in.
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The initial set up of this huge Kitsault’s facility cost $250 million.
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Kitsault was once a village that was entirely dependent on mining. Once the mining company was shut down the town quickly followed and its inhabitants left, leaving behind nice houses, shops, a library and more.
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Books still line library bookshelves and shopping carts still remain stacked and organised inside the shopping centre... all that is missing is the people that used to live there.
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H/T Messynessychic

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