Rhyolite Ghost Town
Title:
Rhyolite Ghost Town
Rhyolite Nevada (NV), Chrome unused

Description:
In the distance on the left are the ruins of the once magnificent four-story concrete John s. Cook Bank Building on the corner of Golden and Broadway, and cost $100,000. It was thoroughly modern and lavishly equipped. It was the finest bank building in the State of Nevada and would have done credit to any great city in America.


"Scotty" and the Chinaman - Two "refugees" sitting in the streets of Ravol
Title:
"Scotty" and the Chinaman - Two "refugees" sitting in the streets of Ravol
Rhyolite Nevada (NV), Real Photo unused



$100,000 Railroad Depot
Title:
$100,000 Railroad Depot
Rhyolite Nevada (NV), Chrome unused

Description:
On rim of Death Valley - with ruins of the city of Rhyolite, Nevada, in the background. Now a Ghost Town.


Abandoned Buildings in Desert
Title:
Abandoned Buildings in Desert
Rhyolite Nevada (NV), Real Photo



Historic Ghost Town
Title:
Historic Ghost Town
Rhyolite Nevada (NV), Chrome unused

Description:
this historic ghost town was once the metropolis of the Great Southwest with a population of 18,000 people and plenty of gold for all. this depot was the most fabulous in the west and is said to have cost $130,000 and was a most important stop on the Las Vegas/Tonapah railroad, today it is one of the best preserved of all buildings of the Bonanza Southwest


Rhyolite Railroad Depot
Title:
Rhyolite Railroad Depot
Rhyolite Nevada (NV), Chrome unused

Description:
$100,000 Railroad Depot - on rim of Death Valley - with ruins of the city of Rhyolite, Nevada, in the background. Now a Ghost Town



Rhyolite
Title:
Rhyolite
Rhyolite Nevada (NV), Chrome unused

Description:
No tracks! No Ties! No trains! But the old depot of the Las Vegas and Tonapah Railroad still stands proudly today in the Nevada ghost town of Rhyolite near Death Valley. The depot is one of the few buildings still intact in what in 1906 was a metropolis of the southwest. The depot is one of the few buildings still intact in what in 1906 was a metropolis of the Southwest. The depot houses a large collection of desert curios and museum items of early Rhyolite


Rhyolite Railroad Depot
Title:
Rhyolite Railroad Depot
Rhyolite Nevada (NV), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
The Rhyolite Railroad Depot is one of the remaining buildings in what was a bustling mining town in 1906. It is open to the public and contains a collection of curios from the early days of Rhyolite and Death Valley mining



John S. Cook & Co's Bank
Title:
John S. Cook & Co's Bank
Rhyolite Nevada (NV), Real Photo unused


Rhyolite
Title:
Rhyolite
Rhyolite Nevada (NV), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Rhyolite, Nevada. The small town of Rhyolite had a goldstrike in 1904, and the town boomed to 10,000 inhabitants. A railroad was built to the town and an imposing depot was erected. A financial panic came in 1911 and the inhabitants of the town fled en masse, leaving the depot stark and lonely.





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