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Ghosttowns.com
07-20-1998, 09:56 PM
Originally posted by Alan

: Hi, I am planning a trip to Arizona and Nevada to visit ghost towns. I will be leaving Seattle, on Friday 7/24 and will be on the road for 2 weeks, I am going in a 4x4 sport utility vehicle. I know it is alot to ask but can someone give me some tips as to what kind of route I should take. I am interested mostly in deserted buildings, graveyards, and abandoned homes. I am not really interested in living ghost towns but would not be opposed to one worth visiting. I have 2 weeks and no set plan except to have a great time and take alot of pictures. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Alan

Ghosttowns.com
07-21-1998, 07:45 PM
Originally posted by Mary

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: : Hi, I am planning a trip to Arizona and Nevada to visit ghost towns. I will be leaving Seattle, on Friday 7/24 and will be on the road for 2 weeks, I am going in a 4x4 sport utility vehicle. I know it is alot to ask but can someone give me some tips as to what kind of route I should take. I am interested mostly in deserted buildings, graveyards, and abandoned homes. I am not really interested in living ghost towns but would not be opposed to one worth visiting. I have 2 weeks and no set plan except to have a great time and take alot of pictures. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Alan

: My husband and I are planning a Nevada trip in Sept and I can recommend a book that another ghosttowner told me about. It is Nevada Ghost Town Trails by Mickey Broman. It is about $6.00 and I ordered it online and got it in 2 days. There is a lot of information for a little price. Lot of hand drwwn maps to Nevada ghost town. Hope this helps.
: Mary