The Casino at Radium Springs is demolished site located at 2501 Radium Springs Road, Georgia. A casino was built overlooking the springs in the 1920s and Radium Springs was a popular spa and resort. The casino was severely damaged when the river flooded in 1994, and again in 1998, and was demolished in 2003.
Coolidge is a ghost town located near the Pioneer Mountains Scenic Byway, Montana, U.S. Today, Coolidge is fading reminder of the fortunes made and lost in the mining camps that dotted Montana's mountains in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Comet is a ghost town located 32 kilometers south-southwest of Helena, Montana, United States. It was named for Comet Mine which produced lead, zinc, copper, silver, and gold.
Bannack is a ghost town located in Beaverhead County, Montana, U.S. Bannack was the first town in state of Montana where the search for gold took place. By 1960, the town had been completely abandoned.
Marysville is a ghost town in Lewis and Clark County, Montana, United States. During the 1880's and 1890's Marysville was the leading gold producer in Montana. Today there are a few residents in Marysville Ghost Town and several abandoned buildings from the glory days.
Rochelle is a ghost town in Florida, which was originally known as Perry Junction, named after Governor Madison Starke Perry who owned land and a plantation there. Below you may find more pictures of Rochelle Ghost Town in Florida.
Nelson Ghost Town is an abandoned town located along the main road near Eldorado Canyon. Nelson Ghost Town most well known mine, the Techatticup Mine, was established in 1861. It's the oldest, richest and most famous gold mine in Southern Nevada.
Forest Fair Mall opened in 1989 with upscale anchors that included Bonwit Teller, B. Altman, Parisian, and Sakowitz. It also included Bigg's and Elder-Beerman as anchor stores.
Riverside motel was an abandoned motel located in Yulee, Nassau County, Florida. It was opened in 1954 and owned by the Knud and Nellie Olfort.
Bongoland is an abandoned theme park with prehistoric creatures, located in Florida, US. It was named for "Bongo," a large baboon that lived there. The park operated until 1952 due to “lack of public interest”.