Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Quiet streets, empty shops, broken windows, and silenced voices are just a few of the eerie characteristics of Canada's ghost towns.
Canada is filled with ghost towns. Some were mining hot spots that dried up when the mining was finished. Others were deserted when the land was determined to be of better use as a lake. But some just slowly faded into obscurity for no particular reason.
This series "Roads to Nowhere in Canada's Ghost Towns" provides an alphabetical guide to the ghost towns of the provinces and includes the history of several of the towns. Notable ghost towns and tourist attractions are also mentioned including ghost towns in Namibia, Africa and other parts of the world.
Read all about the ghost towns of Quebec, Saskatchewan, Yukon, British Columbia, and more.
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