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Doorways to the Past at Independence Ghost Town.

Doorways shifting with time. These mining cabins are about all that remains standing at Independence Ghost Town, a once-booming gold mine town of the 1800s. The harsh Colorado climate at 10,900 feet plus neglect have taken their toll. Peering through these passageways pulls you back in time.

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Date Taken: 07.2018
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PHOTO LOCATION Independence Ghost Town (near Aspen, Colorado), Colorado, United States of America