Step Inside The Apocalyptic Landscapes Of Nevada Ghost Town


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Images of an American ghost town that was home to gold mines and features a plane which crashed during the filming of 3000 Miles to Graceland starring Kevin Costner and Kurt Russell reveal the remnants of the once thriving location.


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An assortment of rusted vehicles which include a canary yellow bus, caravans and cars have all been left behind in the desert. Other pictures of Nelson, Nevada show its desolate surroundings with only a couple of houses and museums scattered around the area.


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In one shot, a derelict petrol pump stands still after making its final sale years ago. The stunning photographs were taken by an American photographer known as Abandoned Southeast on a visit to Nelson, Nevada.


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The area was called Eldorado by the Spaniards who made the original discoveries of gold in the town. The notorious Techatticup gold and silver mine which was associated with crime and murders ran in the area from 1861 to 1942. It was the richest mine in Southern Nevada.


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Abandoned Southeast/Mediadrumworld.com


Abandoned Southeast/Mediadrumworld.com


Abandoned Southeast/Mediadrumworld.com


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Abandoned Southeast/Mediadrumworld.com


Abandoned Southeast/Mediadrumworld.com


Abandoned Southeast/Mediadrumworld.com


Abandoned Southeast/Mediadrumworld.com


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