REMAINS: Headstones, various buildings
STATUS: Still standing
Dyea, Alaska was launched for the gold rush. The popular picture of men going up and down a large hill with their provisions was taken in the town. While Dyea is considered a ghost town, there are still a small group of residents that live in the town. It is very close to Skagway, as it is actually on the site. Roads connect the two. Now, there are a few remains of buildings and some old headstones.
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