Masonic Hall in the ghost town of Bannack, Montana. Bannack, founded in 1862, is near Dillon. This lodge was built in 1974. Bannack had a population of about 10,000 at its peak. August 1990.
Stoddard House in Silver City, Owyhee County, Idaho, near the Oregon line. Silver City was the county seat from the 1860s to the 1930s. At over 6,000 feet elevation, it is now lightly occupied in the summer. August 1977.
Shaniko, a near-ghost town in Wasco County of central Oregon; May 1984.
Interior of hotel in Garnet, Montana. August 2001.
The main street of the ghost town of Bannack in Beaverhead County, Montana. Bannack was named Territorial Capital of Montana in 1864. It is at 5,800 feet elevation. August, 1990.
Ruined house off US 97 in central Washington. August 2001.
Ellizabethtown, New Mexico, north-east of Taos. April 1993.
Gilliam Hall and Fraternity Hall in the ghost town of Elkhorn, Montana. Elkhorn, at about 6,400 feet, was established in 1872 and peaked at a population of about 2,500. August, 1990.
Detail of ruined house off US 97 in central Washington. August 2001.
Ruins of Ellizabethtown, Colfax County, New Mexico. Elizabethtown was founded in 1866 and was the first county seat. It peaked at 7,000 residents and had several ups and downs and was dead by 1917. April 1993.
Abandoned house near Madras in central Oregon. September 2007.