Photo #N6-14

Mohawk Tipple
Wide Exterior #1

The ghostly remains of the Mohawk Tipple sit atop a ridge above the Crowsnest River in Southern Alberta. The tipple closed in 1952 due to declining demand for coal and was gutted by fire in October of 1953. All that remains is the concrete and brick skeleton of the structure.


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