Abandoned In The Alaskan Mountains – This Haunting Copper Mine Will Spook You!
Kennecott was once the largest copper mine in the world, now it lies derelict and forgotten as it rots into the Alaskan mountainside…Image Source: Alamy
Nestled comfortably in the Alaskan mountains, Wrangell-St. Elias National Park is home to Kennecott, a mine which once produced tons upon tons of copper ore.Image Source: Expedia
It opened in 1911 but was abandoned when the last train left on November 10, 1938. It is now an eerie ghost town, casting a spooky shadow on the quiet mountainside…Image Source: Daily Mail
The buildings are just a relic to the days when the mining industry was booming in the Alaskan hills. The 14-story mill is now a sorry sight, looking like something from a horror film set…