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Utah Ghost Towns:

 

Castle Gate Lost Treasure - Carbon County, coal mining camp, no remains.

Cisco - Crumbling in the Relentless Sun - Grand County, railroad town, many deteriorating buildings.

Coal City/Dempsey - Carbon County, coal mining camp, just a few buildings.

Colton - Railroad Mining Ghost Town - Carbon County, coal mining camp, no remains.

Corinne - Box Elder County, railroad and mining camp, several buildings, current residents.

Consumers - Carbon County, coal mining camp, foundations only.

Emery - Emery County, semi-ghost, active town,  farming and ranching community, numerous new and old buildings, current residents.

 

Grafton, Utah

Grafton, Utah was a cotton growing community near

 Rockville, Kathy Weiser, April, 2008.

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Eureka - Utah County, mining camp, semi-ghost, numerous buildings, cemetery, current residents.

Frisco - A Ten Year High - Beaver County, silver mining camp, numerous buildings and mining remains.

Fruita - A Lush Valley in the Desert Terrain - Wayne County, farming community, a few buildings, active orchards, inside Capitol Reef National Park.

Grafton - Virgin River Ghost Town - Washington County, farming community, a few buildings, cemetery.

Losepa - Tooele County, Mormon Historical Site, foundations, cemetery.

Irontown - Juab County, State Park, charcoal kiln, foundations.

Kenilworth - Carbon County, coal mining camp, numerous company houses, old company store, current residents.

Latuda - Carbon County, coal mining camp, mining remnants and foundations.

Mammoth - Juab County, mining camp, just a few buildings.

Mutual - Carbon County, coal mining camp, a few buildings and mining remnants

National - Carbon County, coal mining camp, foundations.

Ophir - Tooele County, mining camp, many remaining buildings, current residents.

Park City - Salt Lake County, active town, mining camp, a few mining remnants, several historic buildings.

Peerless - Carbon County, coal mining camp, foundations.

Rains - Carbon County, coal mining camp, a few buildings and foundations.

Scofield - Carbon County, coal mining camp, active community, numerous old and new buildings, current residents.

Sego Canyon - History & Ancient History - Grand County, coal mining camp, a few crumbling buildings, mining remains, cemetery.

Silver City - Juab, mining camp, current mining operations, few original mining remains.

 

 

Silver Reef - Sandstone Ghost Town - Washington County, mining camp, a few old buildings, mine, foundations, current residents.

Spring Canyon/Storrs - Carbon County, coal mining camp, razed in 1975, railroad remnants only.

Standardville - Carbon County, coal mining camp, several buildings and foundations.

Sweet - Carbon County, coal mining camp, foundations only.

Thompson Springs - Dying in the Desert - Grand County, ranching and railroad town, numerous old buildings, current residents.

Winter Quarters - Hidden Loot in a Ghost Town - Carbon County, coal mining camp, one building, private property, no access.

 

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