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eBook Nevada Ghost Town Trails ePub

by Mickey Broman

eBook Nevada Ghost Town Trails ePub
Author: Mickey Broman
Language: English
ISBN: 0935182098
ISBN13: 978-0935182095
Publisher: Gem Guides Book Co; Revised edition (June 1, 1984)
Category: Americas
Subcategory: History
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 414
Formats: rtf txt lrf mbr
ePub file: 1145 kb
Fb2 file: 1879 kb

This historical book offers an intriguing look at Nevada's legendary ghost towns. Includes black and white photos and maps with detailed mileage to 139 ghost towns in the great mining state of Nevada. Complete with detailed text. Only 20 left in stock (more on the way).

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Nevada Ghost Town Trails, Mickey Broman This book offers photos and maps with detailed mileage to 139 ghost towns in the great mining state of Nevada. Gem Guides Book Co. Book Format.

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These 6 Nevada ghost towns are the coolest in the state. FACT: There are more ghost towns in Nevada than towns occupied by the living. By that count, it would take you years, if not a lifetime, to explore all the ghost towns in the state. If you want to whittle that task down to something more manageable, here are 6 of the coolest and spookiest Nevada ghost towns to get you started. Photo: Sydney Martinez, TravelNevada.

Pioneer, Nevada is a Ghost Town that began as a mining camp in 1908. While there isn’t a whole lot left, it is situated in between the ghost towns of Rhyolite and Bullfrog, making it worth a stop if you’re in the area exploring other long-forgotten towns. Nevada Ghost Town Trails by Mickey Broman. Nevada Ghost Towns and Mining Camp by Stanley W. Paher.

This historical book offers an intriguing look at Nevada's legendary ghost towns. Includes black and white photos and maps with detailed mileage to 139 ghost towns in the great mining state of Nevada. Complete with detailed text, helpful maps, and illustrations throughout. This is the perfect book for anyone who wants to learn the fascinating and detailed history of Nevada's ghost towns.
Hellstaff
I just returned from a two week vacation in Nevada stopping at several of the ghost towns and neighboring mentioned in the book such as Rhyolite, Goldfield and Tonopah. This vacation sparked my interest in other ghost towns and ordered the book. It arrived on time and met my expectations. The book showed me that there were other ghost towns (abandoned mines) a lot closer than I knew. I wish I had the book before I went on my vacation.
Dikus
Great information. Can't wait to go exploring.
Directions are clear and great photos to help find your way.
Vital Beast
This publication is very informative..although it could include better descriptions of all Ghost Towns listed in it. This publication should also note if the Ghost Towns have been commercialized to pander to tourists..or remain a piece of our heritage and history, allowed to weather and fade in their own time. I have heard of Ghost Towns being 'Stabilized' or 'Restored'...stabilizing is fine if done with a gentle hand...restoring is not acceptable..taking Gold Point as an example..not only have the residents turned it into a tourist trap of sorts..they are also actually living in some of the old buildings..I witnessed window air conditioners in some of them..vehicles of the era of the town's heyday are acceptable..but there are old travel trailers with late model, stripped out vehicles sitting on axles, reminiscent of a modern day junk yard, and other assorted accumulated rubbish is strewn throughout the town..I was disappointed with Gold Point...Rhyolite on the other hand is excellent and well worth the trip.. these are but two examples of towns listed and are not indicative of all towns...the maps and mileage markings are excellent..all in all this book is worth buying if you are looking for a guide to Nevada Ghost Towns..it will help you locate and investigate the ghost towns and make your own determinations...
Hulore
Not heavy on descriptions, but many good enough maps and enough photos and info on many towns to help decide where to go visit.
Anayaron
Planning on visiting some of these places.
Puchock
Has good information, unique out of the way mapping to the locations which is helpful. Does not encompass every ghost town, mostly just the main ones that you can find information online about. But still a good purchase because of the back stories and real life expectation of what is still standing.
Ballagar
Interesting details
Not much info poorly organized
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