Royal, Utah

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Royal, Utah circa 1910
A miner's dwelling in Royal

Royal is a ghost town that existed in the early 1900s as a small coal mining town in Carbon County, Utah, United States. Originally called Bear Canyon, the town was renamed Cameron, Rolapp, and finally Royal, changing names each time a new owner took over.[1] All that remains of Royal today are some stone walls, a couple of the mines, and a miner's dwelling. These remnants can be seen in Price Canyon.

The historian and author Helen Z. Papanikolas was born here in 1917.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Carr, Stephen L. (1986) [June 1972]. The Historical Guide to Utah Ghost Towns (3rd ed.). Salt Lake City: Western Epics. p. 72. ISBN 0-914740-30-X. 

External links[edit]

  • Rolapp at Ghost Town Stories

Coordinates: 39°44′46″N 110°52′49″W / 39.74611°N 110.88028°W / 39.74611; -110.88028