What You’ll Discover In These 8 Deserted Nevada Towns Is Truly Grim

Nevada is best known for its mining history. As silver and gold were discovered throughout the state, towns continued to evolve. However, as soon as the mines closed, residents packed up and relocated. These former mining towns are considered “ghost towns.” In several of these “ghost towns,” different types of remains were left behind as a reminder of Nevada’s early mining history. Let’s take a look at eight of these ghost towns below.

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Were you already familiar with these ghost towns?