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A user contributed two 1930's photos of a family business in Bodie, California. The building still stands today and looks much as it did 80 years ago.
The definition of a ghost town varies widely in the minds of enthusiasts and across the Internet on ghost town-related web sites. This post brings some clarification to how the term is used here at Western Mining History.
I get a lot of inquiries as to why is a certain town not listed in the WMH mining towns section or even why are so many towns missing from a state? I thought I'd clarify the issue in a blog post so please read on.
This postcard scan of Ray, Arizona was sent to us by a user for identification.
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