TravelTempters

Spring Canyon, UtahPhotos, maps and news from Spring Canyon, Utah.Updated October 14, 2017.

Spring Canyon, also called Storrs, is a ghost town in Carbon County, Utah, United States. In 1912, Jesse Knight purchased 1,600 acres of coal land and began developing a mine and a company town. Knight named the town Storrs, after the mine superintendent. The name of the town was changed to Spring Canyon in 1924. 1,000 tons of coal per day were mined from 1924 to 1943, and during World War II, coal production peaked at 2,000 tons of coal per day. By 1946, the need for coal diminished, and people began to leave. By 1969, Spring Canyon was abandoned.

Photo from Legends of America
The White Lady of Spring Canyon, Utah. Spring Canyon, Utah.
Photo from Legends of America
The White Lady of Spring Canyon, Utah. Latuda, Utah.
Photo from Legends of America
The White Lady of Spring Canyon, Utah. Liberty Mine Entrance.
Photo from Geocaching
GC5K6R5 Utah GeoTour-Carbon - Spring Canyon Mysteries (Traditional .... By 1924, Storrs had 1,000 residents, a hotel, a heated swimming pool, and well-built houses, offices, and stores. At this time, George Storrs was charged ....
Photo from Wikipedia
Spring Canyon, Utah - Wikipedia. .
Photo from Legends of America
Carbon County, Utah Ghost Towns - Coal Mining Fever Still Running .... Carbon County, Utah Ghost Towns - Coal Mining Fever Still Running High - Page 3.
Photo from Legends of America
Spring Canyon, Utah Lost Treasure. Sping Canyon, Utah Mining Ruins.
Photo from YouTube
EVPs - White Lady of Spring Canyon, Utah - YouTube. EVPs - White Lady of Spring Canyon, Utah.
Photo from Alamy
Utah Coal Stock Photos & Utah Coal Stock Images - Alamy. Abandoned company store in the old coal mining area of Spring Canyon, Utah. -.
Photo from Outdoor
Utah, Big Spring Canyon Trail. Over time, water cuts a deep groove in the sandstone.
Photo from Standard-Examiner
ATV Adventures: Exploring Utah's Spring Canyon. .
Photo from 1366x768 Wallpaper
La Sal Mountains Across Lost Spring Canyon Utah wallpaper. La Sal Mountains Across Lost Spring Canyon Utah.
Photo from Book Cliff Paranormal - blogger
Book Cliff Paranormal : EVPs - Haunted Out House - Spring Canyon, Utah. In Spring Canyon, Utah just past the intersection with Sow Belly Gulch, sits fairly new cement out house. This is located near the bicycle trail in the ....
Photo from 1366x768 Wallpaper
Lost Spring Canyon Utah wallpaper. Lost Spring Canyon Utah.
Photo from Legends of America
The White Lady of Spring Canyon, Utah. Carbon County, Utah Miners, 1919.
Photo from Jack Mc's Blog - WordPress.com
American Ghosts and Hauntings: The White Lady of Spring Canyon .... The White Lady of Spring Canyon roams the area where the ghost towns of Latuda and Helper, Utah used to be. Photo: © Photographer: Juice Team | Agency: ....
Photo from Geocaching
GC5K6R5 Utah GeoTour-Carbon - Spring Canyon Mysteries (Traditional .... However, the need for coal began to diminish, and by 1954, only a small group of miners remained in Spring Canyon. The last mine closed in 1969 due to low ....
Photo from Carbon County, Utah on the UTGenWeb
Histories of Carbon County, Utah. 5. "Latuda is where one modern mining folklore talk began in the late 1960's. Teenagers would come back to the "haunted" mine office at night to tell ghost ....
Photo from Alamy
Spring Canyon Ghost Town Stock Photos & Spring Canyon Ghost Town .... Ghosttown in Arizona, USA, which is a completely abandoned or semi-abandoned town.
Photo from AllTrails.com
Lost Spring Canyon - Utah | AllTrails.com. .
Photo from Fine Art America
Utah Railway Locomotive In Spring Canyon Utah Photograph by .... Railroad Photograph - Utah Railway Locomotive In Spring Canyon Utah by Malcolm Howard.
Photo from Pinterest
shallow pool in lower Big Spring Canyon, in the Needles section of .... Spring water.
Photo from Alamy
Spring Canyon Ghost Town Stock Photos & Spring Canyon Ghost Town .... Big Bend National Park - Stock Image.
Photo from Four Wheeler Network
Poison Spring Canyon - 4 Wheel Drive & Sport Utility Magazine. Poison Spring Canyon.