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Bodie Ghost Town - Part Three
Near Bridgeport, California


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Back alley in Bodie

Back alley in Bodie

Picturesquely ramshackle shacks, sheds, and small houses.

Bodie State Historic Park, California

Date photographed: October 12, 2015

Maiden Lane Bodie

Maiden Lane Bodie

Bonanza Street, also known as Maiden Lane and Virgin Alley, was the site of Bodie's large and busy red light district, but no buildings remain. Nearby a few buildings mark the location of Bodie's Chinatown.

Bodie State Historic Park, California

Date photographed: October 12, 2015

Bodie outhouse

Bodie outhouse

A badly deteriorated outhouse - don't fall through the floor!

Bodie State Historic Park, California

Date photographed: October 12, 2015

Bodie firehouse

Bodie firehouse

At one time there were four competing fire companies in Bodie, manned by volunteers, but now only one firehouse remains. The bell was stolen, then returned in 1941.

Bodie State Historic Park, California

Date photographed: October 12, 2015

Dolan House

Dolan House

The Dolan House at the top of Green Street was home to Mono County Sheriff James Dolan, shot in 1915, and his successor, Bert Dolan. It features an interesting bow window and a large porch.

Bodie State Historic Park, California

Date photographed: October 12, 2015

Klipstein House

Klipstein House

The Klipstein House features an enclosed porch, presumably for protection from wind and cold. It is next to the entrance gate for the Standard Mill.

Bodie State Historic Park, California

Date photographed: October 12, 2015

Donnelly and Seller Houses

Donnelly and Seller Houses

The Donnelly and Seller houses on Park Street. It was said that the tiny garden in front of the Donnelly House was the only patch of green in Bodie, and that all they could grow was hops.

Bodie State Historic Park, California

Date photographed: October 12, 2015

The vault from the Bodie Bank

The vault from the Bodie Bank

The Bodie Bank survived the great fire of 1892 but was destroyed by the fire of 1932 along with most of the town. Only the brick vault remained, and the safe inside it.

Bodie State Historic Park, California

Date photographed: October 12, 2015

McDonald House

McDonald House

The McDonald House on Fuller Street. Flattened cans made a cheap and durable siding and patching material.

Bodie State Historic Park, California

Date photographed: October 12, 2015

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