There will be more photos of our trip to the
We explored a handful of interesting locations in BC, but I have found that this trip much like our trip to the
CaptainCanada had found lots of interesting info about the area around
We found the remains of one processing plant in a neighbouring ghost town, and a handful of very empty old houses and buildings and countless piles of wood that were once structures, but heavy snow over a century eventually causes most unmaintained buildings to collapse. While checking out the museum we saw what some neighbouring towns looked like in the 1980s before most of them were destroyed by arsonists. So unfortunately for us we are 30 40 years too late.
This area is around
Myself, Arilem, and CaptainCanada looking down on the remains of the mill
A vintage CP train has been brought in as part of the attractions in Sandon
The river was once boxed in and was main street prior to all being washed out in the 1950’s
Ore bin at the mill near Sandon
Remains of a large generator at the mill
CaptainCanada’s mill and group shot
CaptainCanada with the mill remains behind him. The mill was on a very steep slope
A very wide shot of the mill remains. The 10mm lens was the only thing that could get it all in one shot.