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Ghost Towns & Mining Camps of Utah

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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.

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.


Grafton, Utah

Grafton, Utah was a cotton growing community near  Rockville, Kathy Weiser, April, 2008.

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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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Ghost Town IconTake nothing but photos - leave nothing  but footprints - break nothing but silence - kill nothing but time.

--Explorer's Code


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Ghost Towns: America's Lost World DVDKathy Weiser-AlexanderGhost Towns (America's Lost World) 2 Disc DVD


Unearth America's Lost World! This 5-Part series ventures into the roots of our nations high hopes and hard labors to discover the towns that boomed fast and went bust even faster. Through original footage, interviews with experts and archival materials, this fascinating documentary takes viewers on an amazing journey through our abandoned history. From the deserts of California and mountains of Colorado to the forts, trails and battle sites of war, witness the precious remains of the past that only exist today as shadows of former glories and empty promises.

Dave AlexanderFirst time on DVD! Legends of America's own Kathy Weiser-Alexander and Dave Alexander, along with noted Ghost Town author Philip Varney, authors Jeff Barnes, Kenneth Jessen and many more, even an appearance from Bob Boze Bell. Created and Produced by Award-Winning Documentarians, Centre Communications, exclusively for Mill Creek Entertainment. Total Running time 5 hours, 34 minutes.


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