Explore an abandoned concrete town in Pennsylvania





Located in the hills of Nanticoke is an abandoned concrete town in Pennsylvania with an interesting past and a dubious future. Concrete City is rumored to be the first example of plot housing and derives its nickname from the sturdy houses built of concrete. But with some new ideas come devastating results. This institutional architectural test in Pennsylvania created homes that were seemingly indestructible at the time, which eventually left chilling abandoned ruins in their wake.

Concrete City, Pennsylvania is located on a 60-acre parcel of land owned by the Nanticoke General Municipal Authority. It is located on private property and is not open to the public at this time. As always with abandoned structures, please obey no trespassing signs.

What do you think of this abandoned concrete town in Pennsylvania? Would you be curious to see what it looks like in person? Share your thoughts in the comments section. If you’re looking for spooky things in Pennsylvania, then you’ve come to the right place. Discover the most haunted and spooky places Pennsylvania has to offer.

Address: Concrete City, Hanover Street, Nanticoke, PA 18634, USA

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