Most People Have Long Forgotten About This Vacant Ghost Town In Rural Texas

Here in Texas, there are plenty of remnants of mining and railroad towns from centuries past. (To read about the ghost town of Terlingua, click here.) The ghost town of Lobo in West Texas is a lesser-known abandoned community named after Mexican wolves that used to roam the area. With a population of only 15 permanent residents, it doesn’t get much more empty or desolate than this. Check it out:

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