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Scottys Castle
In Grapevine Canyon, Death Valley National Park, California


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Scottys Castle swimming pool

Scottys Castle swimming pool

On the bridge over the swimming pool (note the underwater windows) approaching the front door at Scotty's Castle.

Death Valley National Park, California

Date photographed: March 6, 2012
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Scottys Castle in Death Valley

Scottys Castle in Death Valley

A view into the courtyard, and two of the towers, at Scotty's Castle.

Death Valley National Park, California

Date photographed: March 6, 2012
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The Hacienda at Scottys Castle

The Hacienda at Scottys Castle

The Hacienda guest house and the clear running stream at Scotty's Castle. The stream water is channeled from natural Grapevine Spring up the canyon.

Death Valley National Park, California

Date photographed: March 6, 2012
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Antique cars at Scotty Castle

Antique cars at Scotty Castle

Antique vehicles in the stables at Scotty's Castle.

Death Valley National Park, California

Date photographed: March 6, 2012
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Bell Tower at Scottys Castle in Death Valley

Bell Tower at Scottys Castle in Death Valley

The bell tower west of the main buildings at Scotty's Castle.

Death Valley National Park, California

Date photographed: March 6, 2012
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Power plant at Scotty's Castle

Power plant at Scotty's Castle

The underground power plant, originally water-powered, at Scotty's Castle.

Death Valley National Park, California

Date photographed: March 6, 2012
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Tie Canyon at Scottys Castle

Tie Canyon at Scottys Castle

Tie Canyon, with piles of railroad ties from the Tonopah and Tidewater Railroad, behind Scotty's Castle. When the railroad folded Scotty and Johnson bought all the ties so they would have plenty of fire wood.

Death Valley National Park, California

Date photographed: March 6, 2012
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Death Valley Scottys grave in Death Valley

Death Valley Scottys grave in Death Valley

Walter Scott, better known as Death Valley Scotty, is buried on the hilltop above the "castle" he and his wealthy friend Albert Johnson built in Grapevine Canyon

Death Valley National Park, California

Date photographed: March 6, 2012
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