Visitors can explore a famous California ghost town called Bodie, which gained fame and fortune in the 1870s because of its gold mines. Among the old buildings is the hillside Standard Stamp Mill where the precious metal was extracted from quartz rock and turned into gold bars. Located in the Eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains, this abandoned town that once had a population of 8,500 and more than 2,000 buildings is now Bodie State Historic Park.

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Visitors can explore a famous California ghost town called Bodie, which gained fame and fortune in the 1870s because Stock Photo
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Visitors can explore a famous California ghost town called Bodie, which gained fame and fortune in the 1870s because of its gold mines. Among the old buildings is the hillside Standard Stamp Mill where the precious metal was extracted from quartz rock and turned into gold bars. Located in the Eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains, this abandoned town that once had a population of 8,500 and more than 2,000 buildings is now Bodie State Historic Park.
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Visitors can explore a famous California ghost town called Bodie, which gained fame and fortune in the 1870s because of its gold mines. Among the old buildings is the hillside Standard Stamp Mill where the precious metal was extracted from quartz rock and turned into gold bars. Located in the Eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains, this abandoned town that once had a population of 8,500 and more than 2,000 buildings is now Bodie State Historic Park.
Location: south of Bridgeport via State Route 270 off U.S. Highway 395, Mono County, California, USA

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