TV Full List of Gold Trails And Ghost Towns Episodes

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Below is a complete Gold Trails and Ghost Towns episode list that spans the show's entire TV run. Photos from the individual Gold Trails and Ghost Towns episodes are listed along with the Gold Trails and Ghost Towns episode names when available, as are the dates of the original airing of the episode. Gold Trails and Ghost Towns episodes from every season can be seen below, along with fun facts about who directed the episodes, the stars of the and sometimes even information like shooting locations and original air dates. Examples of items on this list include “Slocan City” and “Chinese Miners.” Are you remembering a funny scene but can't think of the name that the Gold Trails and Ghost Towns episode is from? Scroll below and you'll find what you're looking for.

Sandon CHBC Official Description:

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Dawson Creek CHBC Official Description: A look at the Klondike Gold Rush in the Yukon Territory. The area around Dawson Creek yielded some of the finest gold in the world.

Phoenix CHBC Official Description: This town once boasted many fine hotels, as well as an indoor skating rink. Phoenix vanished after the residents simply walked away from it.

Rossland CHBC Official Description: Known as ""The Golden City"", Rossland grew to be the fourth largest city in B.C. One mine alone produced over $600 million worth of gold in

Treasure Story From Lardeau Country CHBC Official Description: C.P.R. lineman Walter Clough is one of the key figures in the story of ""The Lost Mortar & Pestle Mine"" - a mine that yielded incredibly

Fairview CHBC Official Description: Like many of the boom towns in the old west, Fairview experienced devastating fires. During a trip to the townsite, many valuables were salvaged from the ruins.

Yale CHBC Official Description: Once the metropolis of the Fraser River, at least two hundred miners lost their lives along the banks of this river in the rush to make their fortune around Yale.

Quesnel Forks CHBC Official Description: Now a Cariboo ghost town, Quesnel Forks produced immense riches. Two Chinese miners made so much that they returned to their country as multimillionaires.

Atlin CHBC Official Description: An old dying miner whispered the whereabouts of his source of gold, causing gold fever and a rush to the Atlin district. The area still hides some treasure secrets.

Border Country CHBC Official Description: Empire builder James J. Hill figures prominently in the story of Border Country, a big man who when fire threatened his office saved his records by throwing his three ...more

Granite City CHBC Official Description: This area was rich in gold and platinum, but at 25 cents a pound, some miners buried their platinum until it was worth more. Some of these caches are being discovered ...more

Camp McKinney CHBC Official Description: Two large gold bars were stolen during a hold up near Camp McKinney, and although the robbers were found, the gold remains hidden.

Gold Panning Trip CHBC Official Description: Mike and Bill venture out to a creek in the Okanagan to try their luck at panning for gold....with some success!

Greenwood CHBC Official Description: The smallest incorporated city in Canada, Greenwood is also known as one of the last two great mining towns. It contained one of the largest smelters in the British

Kaslo CHBC Official Description: This town almost became a ghost town a mere sixteen weeks after its heyday, but it refused to die despite being hit by flood and fire.

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Cascade City CHBC Official Desscription: Bill Barlee takes you home to Cascade City, a town where he spent his youth and tells of a large cache of silver.

Cariboo Road CHBC Official Description: The construction of the Cariboo Road is examined. This engineering marvel, which was carved from the walls of Fraser Canyon, provided miners with a safer route to ...more

Writing on Stone CHBC Official Description: Bill and Mike leave B.C. for the Milk River Country of Southern Alberta. The badlands are the sources for several interesting stories.

Chinese Miners CHBC Official Description: The Chinese miners were famous for their skills as placer miners. They reworked areas left by white prospectors and didn't miss much gold.

Slocan City CHBC Official Description: Unbelievable riches in silver produced some of the classic towns of the era. ""Cayuse Brown"" and ""The Yellow Kid"" are just ...more










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