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Independence Mine

Independence Mine

Fishhook, Alaska

N 61° 47' 26.206" W 149° 16' 57.671"


This image captures a hauntingly beautiful scene of the ruined tracks at Independence Mine, nestled amidst the rugged Alaskan wilderness. Overgrown with wildflowers and moss, the dilapidated rails meander through the forgotten mining site, evoking a sense of nostalgia and the passage of time. The image stands as a poignant reminder of a once-thriving industry that now lies in ruins, yet it exudes an eerie allure that beckons the curious to explore its decaying remnants.

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