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Ghost Town - Nevada

Goodsprings, NV.

    Community Church

    This church was built in 1980. A visiting minister from Las Vegas holds regular services here.

    Campbell Stone Cabin

    This cabin is the oldest permanent structure in Goodsprings. It was built in 1886 by a mining promoter named A.G. Campbell.

    Post Office

    This shack served as the Goodsprings post office through the 1930s to the 1950s.

    General Store

    Originally built in 1913, this building was the Goodsprings Cafe. It now serves as a small general store and information center.

    Pioneer Saloon

    Also built in 1913 at the same time the Goodsprings Cafe eas, is the Pioneer Saloon and restaurant.

    Yellow Pine Mill Site

    To crush copper ore a small mill was built on this site in 1898. In 1910 it was expanded to process lead and zinc ore. A fire in 1929 destroyed the mill leaving on the ruins of the foundations you see today.

Map to Goodsprings Nevada, ghost town

Old Spanish Trail

While no longer visible to the eye the historic alignment of the Armijo Route of the Old Spanish Trail also traverses the Goodsprings area. The Old Spanish Trail was established in 1829 as a trade route linking Santa Fe, New Mexico to Los Angeles, California. The Old Spanish Trail has been designated a National Historic Trail by the United States Congress.

The Armijo Route of the Old Spanish Trail stretched from Jean to Goodsprings along the north side of what is now State Route (SR) 161. Named after Antonio Armijo, the merchant from Santa Fe who first blazed the trail, this segment of the Old Spanish Trail is both nationally and regionally significant and represents an important opportunity for education and interpretation.

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