BODIE

An authentic Wild West ghost town which began as a gold mining camp, it was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1961, and in 1962 it became Bodie State Historic Park.
At its peak 65 saloons lined Main Street, which was a mile long. Murders, shootouts, barroom brawls, and stagecoach holdups were regular occurrences. Now preserved in a state of arrested decay, only a small part of the town survives.

Weathered Wood
Weathered Wood
Outhouse