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Washington Ghost Towns/Sites Then & Now (Maps)

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With maps dating from 1883, 1889 and 1907, you are sure to find the many ghost towns that Washington has to offer with Washington Ghost Towns/Sites, Then & Now.

The series of maps details the many early towns, railroads and forts, along with military roads that once existed in Washington.  Also included, are overlays of modern roads so you can easily pinpoint where these sites are located.  You will also find a number of pictures to give you an insight into what life was like in these historic towns.

MAP 1  Side #1  Washington 1883
MAP 1  Side #2  Washington 1907

MAP 2  Side #1  Washington 1889
MAP 2  Side #2  Washington Populations

MAP 3  NW Section Overlay, Text & Pictures

MAP 4  NE Section Overlay, Text & Pictures

MAP 5  SW Section Overlay, Text & Pictures

MAP 6  SE Section Overlay, Text & Pictures

 

         


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