Places in Nevada:

Austin Nevada

Austin Nevada | Small, old mining town on highway 50, "the "Loneliest Road". (8 photos - 2013)

Ely | Mining town and center of commerce for eastern Nevada. (5 photos - 2013)

Eureka | Well preserved mining town from 1870s-80s period on highway 50 "the loneliest road", in the center of Nevada. (5 photos - 2013)

Fort Churchill | Historic park with ruins of an 1860 fort near the Comstock lode. (2 photos - 2014)

Goldfield

Goldfield | Gold mining town that boomed from 1902-1910. (15 photos - 2014)

Glouster

Gold Hill Nevada | Shrunken silver mining town in the Comstock Lode. (9 photos - 2014)

Great Basin National Park

Great Basin National Park | One of the least visited parks in the National Park system. (8 photos - 2013)

"Loneliest Road in America" | Highway 50 is a pretty lonely road. (5 photos - 2013)

Palmetto | Roadside ghost town, mill and mine ruins. (14 photos - 2014)

Reno | 4th Street, the former main east/west highway is littered with old motels. (15 photos - 2012)

Rhyolite | Ghost town. (20 photos - 2012)

Ruth | Copper mine company town. Large open pit copper mine. (4 photos - 2013)

Silver City | Shrunken silver mining town in the Comstock Lode. (6 photos - 4/2012)

Tonopah | Formerly a silver mining boomtown - now a services center for travelers with some interesting attractions. (10 photos - 2014)

Virginia City | The largest city in the Comstock Lode mining region. Now a tourist attraction. (8 photos - 2014)

Walker Lake | Beautiful shrinking lake with a really nice and free camping area. (5 photos - 2014)

 

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