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Ghost Towns & Near Ghosts of Kansas

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Kansas Ghost Towns:

 

Ghost Town List - All Kansas Ghost Towns or Near Ghost Towns

 

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Barnard - Falling on Hard Times 

Bavaria, Kansas - Ranching on the Santa Fe Trail

Big Springs - Leading the Free-Staters

Black Wolf, Kansas - Another Farm Town Ghost Town

Brookville - Another Crazy Cowtown

Carneiro - A Tidy Little Ghost Town

Columbia - A Ghost Town Story

Diamond Springs - Oasis on the Santa Fe Trail

Dunlap - A Freedman's Refuge

Elk Falls - World's Largest Living Ghost Town

Emerging Ghost Towns of the Plains

Forgotten LeHunt

Brookville Hotel, Brookville, Kansas

The Brookville Hotel, which survived more than a century  as a restaurant in Brookville, Kansas stands abandoned and lonely today. However, a new version of the the restaurant is now open in Abilene, Kansas. Kathy Weiser, March, 2009. Image available for photo prints & editorial downloads HERE.

 

Muscotah and Potter - Near Ghost Towns in Atchison County

Nekoma - Dying in Rush County

Neosho Falls - Falling on Hard Times

Nicodemus - A Black Pioneer Town

Parkerville is Quiet Today

Pawnee - First Territorial Capitol

Pfeifer - A Glorious Church in a Near Ghost Town

White Cloud - Not Quite Ghostly

 

 

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Take nothing but photos - leave nothing  but footprints - break nothing but silence - kill nothing but time.

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First Kansas Territorial Capitol

The first Kansas Territorial Capitol was built in what was once  Pawnee, Kansas, Kathy Weiser, February, 2006.

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East side of Main Street, Barnard Kansas

The east side of Main Street in Barnard, Kansas has not  faired well. Across the street; however, the

post office and  a bank are still in business, Kathy Weiser, March, 2009.

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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.

 

Kathy is a native of Kansas and Dave lived in the Sunflower State for years.

 

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