Exploring Concrete City, Nanticoke, PA

Posted in Exploring the Abandoned on July 24, 2018 Last Updated on July 24, 2018

In our travels through Pennsylvania, we stopped by this awesome site. Concrete City was built as company housing in 1911 for coal mine employees in Pennsylvania, and was abandoned in 1924. Due to how freaking tough it was built, the owners did not want to demolish it, and so it stands to this day.

When we first approached Concrete City, two buildings were on either side of the roadway.

The ghostly remains of the buildings were all, basically, the same. The main difference being what graphitti graced the front of the buildings.

One building had props available, which we promptly took advantage of.

Check out our video above to watch us explore the inside of a few buildings!

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