Wyoming Ghost Towns Travel Articles

 
August 2002 – Wyoming Ghost Towns – Wyoming, USA
August 2002 – Wyoming Ghost Towns – Wyoming, USA August 2002 – Wyoming Ghost Towns Fighting Fort Washakie’s South Fork Fire Northfork Fire crews load up at Fort Washakie last Saturday for a Dickinson Park ride. Thin white ash drifting like snow during a sweltering early July afternoon last week had many Riverton, Wyoming residents joking about a “Washakie Winter.” Humor aside, such comments […]
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Is Yellowstone National Park North America’s Pompeii? – Wyoming, USA
Is Yellowstone National Park North America’s Pompeii? – Wyoming, USA December 2001 – Wyoming Ghost Towns
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Heart Mountain, Wyoming – Wyoming, USA
Heart Mountain, Wyoming – Wyoming, USA November 2001 – Wyoming Ghost Towns By Mike Jamison World War II’s Japanese-American Relocation Camp at Heart Mountain, Wyoming The Heart Mountain camp’s power plant. Early 20th Century Model-T tourists dubbed it the “Old Yellowstone Highway.” And for me, as with them, this solitary yet starkly beautiful route through the Rockies to Old Faithful has […]
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So You Want to Mine Coal: Gebo, Wyoming – Gebo, Wyoming, USA
So You Want to Mine Coal: Gebo, Wyoming – Gebo, Wyoming, USA November 2001 – Wyoming Ghost Towns So You Want to Mine Coal: Gebo, Wyoming Gebo’s graveyard reveals the miners’ struggle. He was exploited, worked long dangerous hours underground; meager pay fed his family; social security didn’t exist; labor laws were practically non-existent – and a canary provided life insurance. Think of him when modern office […]
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