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Located in: Central Frontenac
Location #2006

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Location Owner:rcouper
Creation Date: 10/1/2010
Last Updated: 8/11/2011


From a suggestion from Clay ~ stopped by Arden on a rainy day.
Can be classified as feeling like a semi ghost town & definitely a creepy place.
Several abandoned places, a large United Church, an old bank building and residential homes scattered on several streets.
Will have to return for a walk about when it isn't raining so hard.
Considering the condition of the small town - they are installing all new sidewalks throughout??

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Status: Abandoned
Category: Ghost Town

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Arden Summer 2011
Created on:8/11/2011
Created by: cocainecowgirl
20 photos
Arden PO
Created on:1/12/2011
Created by: clay70
1 photos
Created on:10/1/2010
Created by: rcouper
10 photos

SaintSi1999 says:
3/29/2012 2:57:55 PM

Love house is right in town!

rcouper says:
8/13/2011 6:03:52 AM

Diane ~ glad to see you stopped here. It is a creepy, little town. Should be up that way again soon for some more pix.

cocainecowgirl says:
8/12/2011 4:59:54 PM

If you go again RC, be sure to check out the Arden Batik. Cute little place and great art work :)
Also if you have the time, take a drive down Elm Tree Road. Very creepy. It's cottage country out there. Saw some abandoned trailers and shacks in the woods. It started pouring to hard to get any pics.

clay70 says:
10/1/2010 12:44:36 PM

cement house? hmmm i figured it was a garage..lol

rcouper says:
10/1/2010 12:38:14 PM

Photo of the 1st building?
A cement house!

rcouper says:
10/1/2010 12:34:46 PM

Will do Clay. A walk about around the few streets will get a better feeling.
Crews were out replacing the sidewalks.
Maybe there is something up.
Wanna buy a town??

clay70 says:
10/1/2010 12:29:33 PM

Thanks Rick..Folks should take a look at photo 6245. This photo feels so un-Canadian. If I didn't know any better I would swear that was a photo taken from a street in the American NE. I believe the bank was in that furthest away building (until the 1980s). If u are back please try to get another photo of it..

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