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Centralia Burning Ghost Town - Pennsylvania USA

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1) At 3:40, he says “March, 2019”? - For some reason people are hearing me say 2019 at 3:40, I listened to the video, and I clearly hear 2018, which is what I said.

2) Where did all the houses go? - I have not researched this answer, it is just a guess, but I would assume either the government relocated the houses to new plots of lands in another town, or once people moved out the government demolished the houses, so homeless people could not live in them.

3) The cheerful jingling music doesn't really fit the video - Yes I know, but I made this video when I was using that music a lot, as I own the licence to it and it was kind of my theme music, but I started using more appropriate music for the topic as time went by.
Good town for maybe a nuclear apocalypse movie like metro. Would say fallout but that's post nuclear apocalypse.
no need for backround music , thats annoying
I would stay
PA-61 isn't actually all abandoned, only a section of PA-61 is the graffiti highway.
I can tell you this was not filmed in March in PA. It would not be so green and lush yet in PA. Sorry, just an observation.
So the burning is going to spread without stopping? So basically the US will burn at some point? So much for climate change. Those who are interested in helping stop client change, why are they not trying to stop this?
Theres a town named centralia in wa
All they had to do to stop the fire was re channel the nearest river an flood the whole area simple fix it should never cost money to save the planet because the planet provide the resources to even make the money so how could it cost millions of dollars when the planet provided the resources to make the money the planet pays for itself im sure this can be done its a simple fix flood it
Who wants to live in a town with so little people, especially at night!?!
who is here after they rode the black diamond at knoebols
As a Pennsylvanian I drove through Centralia many years ago. About half the residents were gone at the time and I couldn't imagine why anyone stayed. I'm from Harrisburg but moved to Schuylkill County last Fall. I'm about 45 minutes from Centralia, straight up 61 N. I live about a mile off 61. It's above Ashland, a small coal mining town where you can visit a coal mine.

My mom grew up in Tamaqua, northeast of where I am now. As a child I spent time there with my grandparents and remember in the back of their house the view was of a large coal hill. They heated with coal and got delivery via a chute into a big bin in their basement. I have no desire to visit Centralia today. It was weird when I went there in the early 80s. That was enough for me.
I grew up in Philly and never heard of this before
They could make a thermo heating power plant there not
What's worse than Hamtramk?
Why didn't you mention that it was the inspiration for the movie version of the town in "Silent Hill"? The coal fire was taken directly from Centralia's actual history.
Try coming back in January and you'll see "smoke"
Man I would totally stay
Flood the mine with water
your accent British but which province of Britain?

Coal stock

Coal is extracted from the ground by coal mining, either underground by shaft mining, or at ground level by open pit mining extraction.


Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.