Chelyustino village is an abandoned village located in Tula region, Russia. Chelyustino village began to die out in the mid-80s, by the early 2000s it was completely empty, some houses were used by summer residents, but explorers counted only a few of them, the last signs of life were in this village in 2013.
Promyshlenny mining town in Russia was once large settlement, with its own house of culture, a school in which there was a swimming pool, and an indoor skating rink. But since the 2000s, no one lives here, and all social facilities are falling apart.
Tin Cup is a semi-ghost in Colorado. Tin Cup population declined when the mines were exhausted. Now there are only ruins and a popular recreation area.
Silver Plume, founded 1869. Population in 2020 was 215, compared to 908 in 1890. The town achieved national recognition in 1882 when the Georgetown Loop Railroad was completed.
Nevadaville bears the distinction of being one of Colorado's oldest mining towns. Established in 1859, it was founded as a result of the famous "Pikes Peak or Bust" gold rush enthusiasm. The town died in 1900 when gold and silver ran out. Today the main street has a few of the original buildings still standing.
Coolidge is a ghost town located near the Pioneer Mountains Scenic Byway, Montana, U.S. Today, Coolidge is fading reminder of the fortunes made and lost in the mining camps that dotted Montana's mountains in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Comet is a ghost town located 32 kilometers south-southwest of Helena, Montana, United States. It was named for Comet Mine which produced lead, zinc, copper, silver, and gold.
Bannack is a ghost town located in Beaverhead County, Montana, U.S. Bannack was the first town in state of Montana where the search for gold took place. By 1960, the town had been completely abandoned.
Marysville is a ghost town in Lewis and Clark County, Montana, United States. During the 1880's and 1890's Marysville was the leading gold producer in Montana. Today there are a few residents in Marysville Ghost Town and several abandoned buildings from the glory days.
Uranium city is one of the famous ghost towns in Saskatchewan, located on the north shore of Lake Athabasca – about 400 miles from Prince Albert and an equal distance from Edmonton