Tuesday, October 10, 2017

This Man Went To An Abandoned City And What He Saw Stunned Him!


The town of Kitsault in British Columbia, Canada was established in 1979 as the home community to a molybdenum mine. The business was operated by Phelps Dodge. Around 1200 residents lived in a small town, complete with a shopping mall, restaurant, swimming pool, hospital, school, and a bowling alley in it.

However, prices for molybdenum crashed and the whole community was asked to leave the place. It was just 18 months after they moved and it seemed like an overnight stay for many.

Nagpunta Ang Lalaking Ito Sa Isang Abandonadong Lungsod At Ito Ang Nakita Niya Na Nagpabighani

Nagpunta Ang Lalaking Ito Sa Isang Abandonadong Lungsod At Ito Ang Nakita Niya Na Nagpabighani

Nagpunta Ang Lalaking Ito Sa Isang Abandonadong Lungsod At Ito Ang Nakita Niya Na Nagpabighani

"It was a tough go, because the prices of molybdenum started to fall even during construction," John Sanders, the mine manager, told CBC News.

Nagpunta Ang Lalaking Ito Sa Isang Abandonadong Lungsod At Ito Ang Nakita Niya Na Nagpabighani

Nagpunta Ang Lalaking Ito Sa Isang Abandonadong Lungsod At Ito Ang Nakita Niya Na Nagpabighani

Nagpunta Ang Lalaking Ito Sa Isang Abandonadong Lungsod At Ito Ang Nakita Niya Na Nagpabighani

"The U.S. mines were under tremendous stress, and the cash flow of the company was at risk, but I hoped people had lost sight of the fact there was this little mine in B.C. chugging this stuff out," he added.

Nagpunta Ang Lalaking Ito Sa Isang Abandonadong Lungsod At Ito Ang Nakita Niya Na Nagpabighani

Nagpunta Ang Lalaking Ito Sa Isang Abandonadong Lungsod At Ito Ang Nakita Niya Na Nagpabighani

Nagpunta Ang Lalaking Ito Sa Isang Abandonadong Lungsod At Ito Ang Nakita Niya Na Nagpabighani

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