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    Default A few from Sunday

    The first place I stopped at only had about 10 people left in it.



    Old school house, closed in 1962, I talked to a gentleman who lives right across the street from it and he asked me not to go in it so I took the pics by holding my camera in the windows. I would have gone in had he not been outside =/





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    Now this place was a true ghost town, not a soul left






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    Thanks for looking

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    Great photos but did I miss something? Where is it?
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    North Dakota?
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    Gtreat find and some really nice pix!
    Gran Gran keeps a box of spiders.
    She says they're on me when I sleep.
    Waiting in the out-house for me.
    underneath the seat.

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    Sorry about that, I forgot to put were they are from. They are from North Dakota. The 1st photos are from Gascoyne and the last ones are from Griffin.

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    Love the pics! Its nice to see some of history still standing....

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    Really nice shots. Love it. Nice to see the MIL boxcar also, those are rare.

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    Wow, great photos, thanks!!

    It's unusual to see a ghost town where more damage is caused by the weather than by vandals.
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