Sego Ghost Town and Thompson Springs, Utah, once an important railroad hub, has been slowly dying over the past several decades.
A train graveyard lies along the bank of the Sevier River at the base of Utah's Big Rock Candy Mountain. Big Rock Candy Mountain was named after a folk song written by Harry McClintock in 1928.
Stunning Photos of Abandoned Green River Launch Complex in Utah. Discovering Green River Launch Complex, a sprawling abandoned military installation and Cold War relic occupies a vast stretch of barren land in Eastern Utah.
Circleville was abandoned in 1866 due to the ongoing dangers of Black Hawk War, but was reestablished in 1874 by Charles Wakeman Dalton, a Mormon settler, and his two wives.
Unique abandoned buildings in Antimony and Junction, Utah serve as reminders of the frontiersmen and miners who ventured westward in the late 1800s in search of opportunity.
Cisco, Utah has a robust history that dates back to the late 1800s. The town was first established as a watering stop for steam engines operated by the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad. The station became an important shipping depot for the cattle ranchers and sheep herders from the nearby Book Cliffs.