Abandoned Ghost Town - Silver Plume Colorado

submitted by DerelictDoug on 11/09/19 1

Silver Plume is an Abandoned Ghost Town tucked into a narrow canyon a little over 9,000 feet in altitude. It’s just a few miles from its well-preserved neighbor, Georgetown Colorado. In-fact both towns are part of the “Georgetown-Silver Plume National Historic District”. Initial development of the town was slow and it was composed of only a few buildings. The Pelican mine gave rise to Silver Plume in 1869. The Pelican mine was situated near a competitive mine, the Dive. It was so close the owners of the mines fought often about each other encroaching on... READ MORE and See Extended Content Here: www.derelictdoug.net/derelict-doug-blog/an-all-american-ghost-town-silver-plume-colorado Please Follow Me Here: www.derelictdoug.net www.instagram.com/derelictdoug twitter.com/Derlict_doug www.facebook.com/DerelictDoug UPDATE: The bakery is still open! You can find them at this link: www.breadbarsp.com/ Thanks to Aurora BoobeeAlis for leting us know about the bakery!

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