Although not much of the town is left, Rhyolite, Nevada is a popular destination for ghost town hunters. This photograph was taken in 1971. I haven't been back since then to see how the ruins have fared. This facade is unique because of the detailed stone work. Many buildings built in the mining towns during the gold rush of the mid 1800s were made of wood and have not survived as well. Perhaps because Rhyolite is located in the desert, it's also been better preserved.
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