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Castle Ghost Town

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Caption: Castle Ghost Town
Location: Along Smith River, Montana
Copyright: © Bert Gildart
Photographer Code: 42253
AGPix ID: AGPix_gildart03_0113
Photo Alignment: Medium Format (vertical)
Comments: Castle Ghost Town: Between 1887 and 1890 Castle was a booming, bustling little town, and because residents staked over 1500 claims, some say that as a mining town, Castle was one of Montana’s richest. Numbering about 200 residents, the town consisted of nine stores, one bank, two barber shops, two butcher shops, two livery stables, two hostels, a photo gallery, a dance hall, a brass band, one church, and 14 saloons... Card available from photographer.

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