Cody, British Columbia

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Slocan Railway station in Cody, 1993

Cody, British Columbia is a ghost town in the Selkirk Mountains, British Columbia, Canada.

Cody is located about a kilometer east of Sandon. In its day, Cody was home to about 250 people, mostly employed by the Noble Five Mine. Surrounding Cody are several old mine sites including the Slocan Sovereign, Noble Five, Noonday and American Boy mines. Today, all that is left here are multiple ruins and the still standing Noble Five office.

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Coordinates: 49°58′30″N 117°11′49″W / 49.975126°N 117.196865°W / 49.975126; -117.196865