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Best of the 4 ghost towns we visited. It was about 5 miles from the paved highway and about a 1 mile hike in. Not to difficult of a walk but not handicapped assessible. Lots of derelict buildings and a few still standing. Wonderful look...More
Unlike the other 8 Ghost Towns on my website, this one has WAY more crumbled buildings, some just look like a stack of lumber, old lumber. Also this is a little more remote. Interesting Mill area, you need to cross country hike to get to...More
Coolidge was once a vibrant mining community with more than 350 people living there. Today, the buildings are abandoned, dilapidated, and falling down. It is isolated and on a mountainside far away from everything. It was sobering to think people laughed and loved, lived and...More