I'll be heading out to Centralia, PA early Monday morning if anyone is interested---I should be there from 9AM or so until noon. The weather forecast is 40F and cloudy.
For those not in the know, Centralia is the site of a forty-year-old coal mine fire in NE Pennsylvania. It's a small, compact subject---less than ten buildings, some abandoned streets, a landfill, a cemetary, and a section of buckled highway. In the winter the mine fire sometimes creates massive plumes of smoke at the landfill that make for some unique photographs. I'm (slowly) working on a portfolio of Centralia.
If anyone is interested but can't make Monday, I plan on going back during the last week of December. In order to pique some interest, I've attached some rough scans from one of my trips.