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Note: I am not a ghost town enthusiast, my destination was Death Valley. In my opinion this place isn't worth going out of your way to see. It's just a collection of run down buildings surrounded by barbed wire fences. Some are labeled providing context...More
Must see to photograph and for those who love ghost towns. Tip- do a little research about the building before you go. There is very little signage or writing history. Also if visiting Death Valley check the weather in Beatty. In Rhyolite it was 30...More
I’ve lived in Nevada for over 40 years. When my husband was alive, we used to visit and photograph Nevada ghost towns. So I have seen many ruins of former glory days. Sometimes they are just a wide spot in the road, sometimes a few...More
There are historic photos displayed showing the people who lived here in 1907. A vibrant, bustling town and then look at the buildings in front of you. You can walk among the ruins - and imagine. It made me wonder....I have been to other ghost...More
I always wanted to visit this place. The classic what I call ghost guardian angel that stands by the bicycle has always intrigued me. It appears to me to be an angelic presence that looks over wanderers and travelers out in the ghost town, helping...More