Tombstone Travel Tips

Tombstone Travel Tips

Category: Ghost Towns

White Hills in 1897 - By United States Department of the Interior
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White Hills, AZ

See what an old Ghost Town looks like today White Hills, Arizona, is now considered a “Ghost Town.” It’s still there to be visited, although

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map of Southeastern Arizona located the spot where Galeyville Arizona was in the 1880s.
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Galeyville Arizona

Galeyville, Arizona was well-known to those who lived in Tombstone Arizona in the 1880’s. Tombstone was the county seat for Cochise County for awhile back then.

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Brunckow Cabin Walls
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Brunckow Cabin

The Brunckow Cabin takes its place in early Tombstone history. It was actually where the first true Tombstone Mine was sunk. Even though others get

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Cascabel, AZ - ghost town
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Cascabel, Arizona

Some visualize living in a ghost town as a surreal, if not eerie, experience. Communities usually become close to abandonment if they do not have

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Seneca Lake, AZ - ghost town
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Seneca Lake, AZ

Few experiences convey the history of Arizona like a visit to a ghost town, and these towns come in all shapes and sizes with a

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Fairbank Arizona

See History at a Ghost Town Fairbank Arizona is now considered a “Ghost Town.” But still, you can visit today. Plus it is not at

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Gleeson Arizona - A Ghost Town
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Gleeson Arizona

Gleeson Arizona is Tombstone’s neighbor. Native Americans were first in the Gleeson area, the Chiricahua Apaches. They removed turquoise located there, using it for personal decor

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Abandonment
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Ghost Towns of the West

Ghost Towns are places that used to be thriving communities. But now they have no citizens living along their streets. The buildings are abandoned. Many

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