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Gladstone is a ghost town located in the Boundary Country region of British Columbia. Gladestone is located near McRae Creek. Today Gladestone is also known as Coryell. In 1898 Gladestone had 3 hotels, 3 stores, a livery stable among other businesses. Gladstone became a town built on mining and the railway. Many prospectors came to the area in order to mine a place called Burnt Basin. By 1899 Gladestone started to decline and eventually became a ghost town.