Demolished Phoenix Trotting Park in Arizona
The History of Demolished Trotting Park in Arizona
Photos of demolished Trotting Park in Arizona. The Phoenix Trotting Park was a horse racing track built-in 1964 in Goodyear, Arizona. It opened in 1965 and was run for about two and a half seasons. In 2017 the Trotting Park has been demolished.
The Ransacked Remains of Meteor City Trading Post
The Ransacked Remains of Meteor City Trading Post
The Ransacked Remains of Meteor City Trading Post. Abandoned Meteor City, Arizona. Meteor City was a historic trading post located on historic Route 66 west of the town of Unincorporated Winslow situated in Coconino County, Arizona
Abandoned Joseph City Arizona and Ella's Frontier Trading Post
Abandoned Josephy City and Ella’s Frontier Trading Post
Abandoned Josephy City and Ella's Frontier Trading Post. Ella's Frontier Trading Post has sat abandoned on a disused segment of Historic Route 66 for over 30 years. Abandoned Arizona.
Sunshine Trading Post Ruins near Canyon Diablo
Sunshine Trading Post Ruins near Canyon Diablo
Photos of abandoned Sunrise Trading Post near Canyon Diablo. In a barren expanse of desert outside the remote Navajo town of Leupp stands the ruins of a large unmarked structure.
Bloody Basin and Black Canyon Dog Racing Compound
Bloody Basin and Black Canyon Dog Racing Compound
Photos of Bloody Basin and Black Canyon Dog Racing Compound. An hour north of Phoenix I stopped to check out an abandoned cabin in Bloody Basin. A dog racing facility sits on a hill overlooking Black Canyon City, its racetrack obscured by cacti and trees that have grown unchecked over the thirty-something years since it was abandoned.
Christmas Tree Inn in abandoned Santa Claus, Arizona
Christmas Tree Inn in abandoned Santa Claus, Arizona
Santa Claus, Arizona is a desolate ghost town, once home to the Christmas Tree Inn, a holiday-themed amusement park that now sits abandoned and decaying.
Abandoned Twin Arrows Trading Post
Abandoned Twin Arrows Trading Post
Photos of an abandoned Twin Arrows Trading Post. The trading post, built in the late 1940s, was originally named Canyon Padre Trading Post after a nearby gorge. In 1955, owner Ted Griffith was hit by a car while removing weeds along with the property.
Apache Death Cave and the Curse of Two Guns, Arizona
Stunning Photos of Apache Death Cave and the Curse of Two Guns, Arizona. Two Guns is a "three for the price of one" site. On the neighboring lot is an abandoned KOA campground and gas station. Perhaps most interesting of all is a hidden cave with such a brutal history that many consider the entire area to be cursed.
Abandoned Mines on Route 66
Abandoned Mines on Route 66
Abandoned Mines on Route 66. I found two horizontal mines and strolled through both of them. The first only went back about 20 feet. The second mine extended several hundred feet and connected with a tight vertical chasm I had seen earlier.
Oatman Arizona Ghost Mining Town
The History of Oatman Ghost Town in Arizona
Oatman is located about 30 minutes from Laughlin. In 1906 Oatman was a big tent town, flourished as a miner community. When the Tom Reed goldmine was discovered in 1908, Oatman became the second boom. In 1921, a fire burned much of Oatman, but the town was rebuilt. Then, in 1995 the Gold Road mine was