Utah ghosttowns anyone

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Lmasters

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I don't think they are keeping that site updated. I'm not sure even how to contact the owner.

Are you in Utah?
 

Fritos56

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Sorry, don't know anything about Utah ghost towns. If you ever go to Texas, we have plenty here, right around the San Antonio area.Texas Escapes is a good website with a lot of information on texas towns and ghost towns. Never have tried to metal dect any of them.Might be something to do when i retire. Some of these towns have nothing left, others have a small population.
 

bad bob

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I don't think they are keeping that site updated. I'm not sure even how to contact the owner.

Are you in Utah?
Right you are. Unfortunately Todd (webmaster) folded his tent a few years ago. I was a long time member there, and was disappointed to see it end. His email was: [email protected] but I doubt if it's still active.

As for your area, you can still access Todd's UTAH info: https://www.ghosttowns.com/states/ut/ut.html. Go to "list by county", and you'll see Uintah shows 6. Problem is the info is several years old, so what remains may be little, to just an historic site.
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traveller777

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Sorry, don't know anything about Utah ghost towns. If you ever go to Texas, we have plenty here, right around the San Antonio area.Texas Escapes is a good website with a lot of information on texas towns and ghost towns. Never have tried to metal dect any of them.Might be something to do when i retire. Some of these towns have nothing left, others have a small population.
Thanks for information on Texas ghost towns.
 

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