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    Harpers Valley, WV
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    Main street in a southern Iowa town. Typical of many small towns these days. Dying small towns dot the landscape of America.
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    Somewhere in the Tennessee mountains.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 650flutterby View Post
    Harpers Valley, WV
    Awesome.

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesdunn View Post
    Main street in a southern Iowa town. Typical of many small towns these days. Dying small towns dot the landscape of America.
    I think most of the state of Illinois is dying. One trip across the river and I could keep this thread alive indefinitely. It's a shame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazydrummerdude View Post
    Do trains still run there?
    yes, commuter rail from boston daily

    unfortunately, some stations did not migrate with their cities, something like that big abandoned station in detroit comes to mind.

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    Normandy, France.....Run down...abandoned....but not forgotten
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    Gettin' 'er runnin'

    Sometimes a little more than grit and faith are required....
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    Greenlee...an old mining town after the mines closed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmwchromehead View Post
    Greenlee...an old mining town after the mines closed.
    Reminds me of Jerome, AZ. Similar story. I probably have a better pic somewhere, but:


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    Quote Originally Posted by crazydrummerdude View Post
    Reminds me of Jerome, AZ. Similar story. I probably have a better pic somewhere, but:

    Bisbee, AZ a mining town that has been resurected.
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    old fire engines in Patagona.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmwchromehead View Post
    Bisbee, AZ a mining town that has been resurected.
    Jerome's slowly on its way back, thankfully. Although, after 5pm when all the tourists leave, the place goes back to being a ghost town. Eating a fancy dinner atop the mountain at the Asylum Restaurant overlooking the Verde Valley as a storm rolled in is not something I'll forget any time soon.

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    Old "Hotel Stuart" in Iowa. Close to the now defunct passenger rail line. Probably used by them and perhaps rail employees. I am guessing it last operated in the 50's. Earl 60's at the latest. My old '78 RS is under the shade tree.

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