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Discussion in 'Photos' started by EbarDP48, Mar 30, 2006.
Old Highway 40, near Donner Summit
LOL. Is that a gallows mounted to the stairwell?
I must have pics of better ones but I always seem to get a shot of this place when I'm in Nor Cal. It's and old stage coach stop, right on a significan CA highway.. and also part of one of the smallest ghost towns I've ever seen.
A long abandoned rancho just north of House Rock, UT.
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Fort #4, Charlestown, NH
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The John Hancock warehouse (now an eatery), Boston Long Warf
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I like how most of the stone structures are still in pretty good shape....even the ones in Scotland which might be hundreds of years old....
Couple I ran across out in west Texas riding my 620 home from Big Bend to Dallas.
First courthouse in Reagan county Texas, out in west Texas oil country. It sits in what's left of a little ghost town.
One county over it's sister courthouse has fared a little better, though town moved away when the railroad came to the other side of town, and a new courthouse and town square grew up there.
I like the inside out construction of this building.
On the Tug Hill Plateau
Comet Ghost Town, MT:
Tomboy Mine above Telluride, CO:
Old Mill north of Silverton, CO:
Near Lake City, CO:
Mill in the Mist:
Granite Ghost Town, MT:
Rimini Ghost Town, MT:
I have many more!
Came accross this out near Little Sahara UT some years ago. Pictures were taken with an old film camera - didn't have a scanner so I took a pic of a pic, lame I know.
The trail/road to the old ranch
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The BLM guy back at the ranger building said it was "Rockwells" hideout. According to him (and a quick review of some history seems to support his story) this fellow did the dirty work for the early Mormon settlers - some accounts blame him for the mountain meadow massacre, others say he wasn't involved in that. Either way, he was a wanted man and he found refuge deep in the sand dunes of little <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-comffice:smarttags" /><st1lace w:st="on">Sahara</st1lace>. <o></o>
This one might become my new business card, I'm a stone mason..
Anyone want to guess where this is?
Heres another from the same "town".
I know you people like bridges. Here are a few covered bridges in Iowa.
I also have inside structure pictures, but that is boring for most people.
Qasr al-Heir al-Gharbi (Western Desert Castle) built around 730 AD in the Syrian desert.
This is near Bozeman, MT
On the way up to Tapalpa, Mexico
Wider view of the last shot with a bit of the road in it.
Some of you might recognize this, right off US-50 East of Ely, Nevada
Ryholite, Nevada of course