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    Default Goldstone, CA

    Originally posted by Dale


    : Hello, there. I would like to know if anyone has any information on Goldstone, California. The information I need would be like if there are any remains, location, ect. Please feel free to e-mail me. Thanks!




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    Default Re: Goldstone, CA

    Originally posted by baad bob


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    : : Hello, there. I would like to know if anyone has any information on Goldstone, California. The information I need would be like if there are any remains, location, ect. Please feel free to e-mail me. Thanks!



    : Suggest you 1st check out the California page at this site (access from top of home page). There are no pictures, but other info you requested is there.

    : bb.




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    Default Goldstone

    Originally posted by David A. Wright


    : Try contacting Craig Tice at craig.w.tice@att.net

    : Craig builds small scale railroads and has a fictional railroad setup to Goldstone. He does a lot of historical research prior to building his setups. His Goldstone railroad scheme is found on the web at http://home.att.net/~craig.w.tice/Grr/GoldstoneRouteB.jpg




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    Default Re: Goldstone, CA

    Originally posted by Lynda


    : I haven't been to Goldstone in a while. It's real

    : easy to get to and there were quite a lot of

    : ruins. They were mining in the area and needed you

    : to sign in because of fumes if the wind shifted.

    : The feds were trying to take over this area,

    : claimed they needed more land to ruin for Fort

    : Irwin. For all I know they've gotten their way.

    : It's on most decent maps. Just take the Fort Irwin

    : road and hang a left on Copper City Road it will

    : take you to goldstone Rd




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    Default Re: Goldstone, CA

    Originally posted by Lynda


    : I haven't been to Goldstone in a while. It's real

    : easy to get to and there were quite a lot of

    : ruins. They were mining in the area and needed you

    : to sign in because of fumes if the wind shifted.

    : The feds were trying to take over this area,

    : claimed they needed more land to ruin for Fort

    : Irwin. For all I know they've gotten their way.

    : It's on most decent maps. Just take the Fort Irwin

    : road and hang a left on Copper City Road it will

    : take you to goldstone Rd




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    Default Re: Goldstone, CA

    Originally posted by Miguel Aguilar

    : : Hello, there. I would like to know if anyone has any information on Goldstone, California. The information I need would be like if there are any remains, location, ect. Please feel free to e-mail me. Thanks!

    : Hi,
    : I just came back from Goldstone. There is nothing there but the main shaft which is quite deep. There is also, one or two more shafts that are close by. There are very few foundations. A lot of broken glass and food cans. I do have some pictures if you want me to I can email them onto you. I am also looking for pictures of building of the town, if they do exist. To get there follow the directions given by Linda. Also, if you intend to visit the place, make it soon. Fort Irwin is taking it over very soon.
    : 12/10/2001 Today's date.


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