Once a bustling coal-mining town in the 1800s, Nuttallburg became a ghost town after the coal was no longer in demand. Mining ceased completely in the 1960s but the old tipple, coking ovens, and heavy machinery are still there, rusting away and being reclaimed by the earth. While no one is prevented from visiting the site, you do it at your own risk. The drive is along narrow, unpaved roads and the hike around the site is not easy. Bring snacks, water, and wear a good pair of walking shoes!