This week we’ve put together some Centralia Pennsylvania photos from the last seven days. If you have anything to share with us, please tweet it to @centralia_pa.
Centralia PA exhibit at the Anthracite Heritage Museum.
Centralia exhibit @AnthraciteMuse pic.twitter.com/1PM4eKwsoT
— PHMC (@PHMC) December 12, 2014
Overlooking the mine fire burn zone.
@giuliavaldi @TwitSofia_It Falso! A Centralia l’incendio dura dal 1962. Lungo come l’amore da augurarsi! #Frammenti pic.twitter.com/YGKiE7V872
— Federico Giusfredi (@DisfigureF) December 11, 2014
Shot of Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church in Centralia Pennsylvania.
One of the last buildings in Centralia, PA[OC][6012×4000] Photos by Nick S http://t.co/vZhSYJRMys pic.twitter.com/p9TBqzc47i
— 川崎ニュース@相互フォロー１００％ (@aine_869) December 11, 2014
Coal train near Centralia PA.
#tbt #minecountry #pennsylvania #train #centralia-ish
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Driving on the Graffiti Highway.
DEP mine fire monitoring borehole.
DEP monitoring well, Centralia. Various types of boreholes and vents dot Centralia’s almost Martian landscape. There is a neat grid of small streets, complete with stop signs but with overgrown lots and barren earth instead of homes. One of the few remaining houses in Centralia is visible in the background. @calebsavagephoto #centralia #BFAtakeover #tischphoto
Exploring the mine fire burn zone.
Standing on abandoned Route 61.