|OTHER GHOST TOWN SITES
Included here are Web sites that others have created to cover ghost
towns in their area.
New Mexico Wanderings
This is my Dad's homepage and includes pictures and histories of sites
throughout New Mexico. He's very progressive in his approach to presenting
information, and it's to him that I owe my use of panoramas, image maps
and the Library of Congress.
This homepage is a travelogue of a visit to some of the more well-known
ghost towns in New Mexico, including Madrid, Golden and Cerrillos. Each
place is given a one-page description complete with photo. The homepage
is hosted by PPSA Consulting in Los Alamos.
Towns of Sierra County
A one-page write-up, complete with photos, of the ghost towns in Sierra
County. I had no idea some towns are now missing under Elephant Butte
Lake and I live for this stuff. Guess I can scratch those off the list.
This homepage is hosted by Sierra County.
Las Vegas, New Mexico
Las Vegas (ours, not theirs) is not a ghost town, but it is certainly a
community worth a visit for anyone interested in New Mexico history or
in historical architecture and the role it can play in a modern community.
There are well over 100 buildings in Las Vegas listed on the National Register
of Historic Places. This site is worth an extended visit, as is the town
These guys take their ghost towns (and their hats) seriously!
This homepage covers the history of the mining town of Yale in British
Ghost Towns of
An interesting homepage with lots of information, pictures and map
references on each location.
A second homepage devoted to the ghost towns of Arizona.
Valley Ghost Towns
Text-only descriptions of the ghost towns of Death Valley.