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Ghosttowns.com
08-19-1998, 05:51 PM
Originally posted by Tom McCurnin

: Next summer, I plan to travel to the state of Washington. Would like info, photos, references to web links (that may not appear on this website), on any and all ghost towns in that state. I am able to receive attachments in GIF, JPEG, and other formats. You can reply on the message board or to me directly:

: tmccurnin@hotmail.com

Ghosttowns.com
08-20-1998, 09:12 PM
Originally posted by Bob Stelow

:
: : Next summer, I plan to travel to the state of Washington. Would like info, photos, references to web links (that may not appear on this website), on any and all ghost towns in that state. I am able to receive attachments in GIF, JPEG, and other formats. You can reply on the message board or to me directly:

: : tmccurnin@hotmail.com

: I have 4 additional ghosts not listed at this site.
: 1) Gold Hill (Okanogan) just south of Nighthawk.
: (grid 2). 2) Ronald (Kittias) 6 mi nw of Cle Elum,
: (grid 4). 3) Wilkeson (Pierce) 5 mi south of Buc-
: ley, (grid 4). and 4) Pillar Rock (Wahkiakum) 4 mi east of Altoona, (grid 6).
: ALSO--Molson (listed as Molsen) is in ne (grid 2),
: not in nw (grid 1). It is ne of Oroville (which is on
: US97), and near the Canadian border. Have
: fun, Bob.

Ghosttowns.com
09-19-1998, 10:07 AM
Originally posted by Chuck Flood

: : Next summer, I plan to travel to the state of Washington. Would like info, photos, references to web links (that may not appear on this website), on any and all ghost towns in that state. I am able to receive attachments in GIF, JPEG, and other formats. You can reply on the message board or to me directly:

: : tmccurnin@hotmail.com

: I have a list of over 300 ghost towns in Washington State --
: most of them completely unknown by "outsiders" --
: such as Meteor, Aladdin, Maud, Turk, Keystone,
: Lamona, Revre, Ainsworth... the list goes on an on.
: Warning -- most of these are townsites only -- no standing
: remnants; but if you're a true gt'er these will be
: of interest to you. Contact me.

: Chuck Flood

Ghosttowns.com
03-18-1999, 08:18 PM
Originally posted by Paula Perry


: Wilkeson was once considered a ghost town. During the past 15 years or so it has revived dramatically. We now have a population of around 430. Coming to Wilkeson is like taking a step back in time. Hope you make it in your travels. By March 23, 1999 the Town of Wilkeson will have its web site operational. Hope you get a chance to see it. Lot of pictures.

: : : Next summer, I plan to travel to the state of Washington. Would like info, photos, references to web links (that may not appear on this website), on any and all ghost towns in that state. I am able to receive attachments in GIF, JPEG, and other formats. You can reply on the message board or to me directly:



: : : tmccurnin@hotmail.com



: : I have a list of over 300 ghost towns in Washington State --

: : most of them completely unknown by "outsiders" --

: : such as Meteor, Aladdin, Maud, Turk, Keystone,

: : Lamona, Revre, Ainsworth... the list goes on an on.

: : Warning -- most of these are townsites only -- no standing

: : remnants; but if you're a true gt'er these will be

: : of interest to you. Contact me.



: : Chuck Flood

Ghosttowns.com
08-20-1999, 01:05 AM
Originally posted by Angie


: I thought a ghost town was a city where no one lived...if so Ronald is NOT a ghost town!

Ghosttowns.com
02-21-2000, 11:36 AM
Originally posted by Micky mouse


: : Next summer, I plan to travel to the state of Washington. Would like info, photos, references to web links (that may not appear on this website), on any and all ghost towns in that state. I am able to receive attachments in GIF, JPEG, and other formats. You can reply on the message board or to me directly:



: : tmccurnin@hotmail.com

Ghosttowns.com
02-14-2001, 09:12 PM
Originally posted by mike aiken


: : : Next summer, I plan to travel to the state of Washington. Would like info, photos, references to web links (that may not appear on this website), on any and all ghost towns in that state. I am able to receive attachments in GIF, JPEG, and other formats. You can reply on the message board or to me directly:



: : : tmccurnin@hotmail.com



: : I have a list of over 300 ghost towns in Washington State --

: : most of them completely unknown by "outsiders" --

: : such as Meteor, Aladdin, Maud, Turk, Keystone,

: : Lamona, Revre, Ainsworth... the list goes on an on.

: : Warning -- most of these are townsites only -- no standing

: : remnants; but if you're a true gt'er these will be

: : of interest to you. Contact me.



: : Chuck Flood\

: chuck have you ever heard of the town called alpine in washington state.



: cherri

Ghosttowns.com
07-01-2002, 02:40 PM
Originally posted by Brian Kammenga

: : : Next summer, I plan to travel to the state of Washington. Would like info, photos, references to web links (that may not appear on this website), on any and all ghost towns in that state. I am able to receive attachments in GIF, JPEG, and other formats. You can reply on the message board or to me directly:

: : : tmccurnin@hotmail.com

: : I have a list of over 300 ghost towns in Washington State --
: : most of them completely unknown by "outsiders" --
: : such as Meteor, Aladdin, Maud, Turk, Keystone,
: : Lamona, Revre, Ainsworth... the list goes on an on.
: : Warning -- most of these are townsites only -- no standing
: : remnants; but if you're a true gt'er these will be
: : of interest to you. Contact me.

: : Chuck Flood

calypso_thyme
04-09-2006, 11:14 PM
I'm interested in old townsites, especially in the western washington area. I'm not looking for buildings or event remnants, I'm trying to trace old transportation routes and trade centers. Any information would be apreciated.