Old houses in Bodie
The Standard Stamp Mill and surrounding buildings from the west side of Bodie.
The Bodie blacksmith shop, complete with anvil, giant bellows, and other historic items.
All that remains of Bodie's bank after the 1932 fire is this fancy vault.
One of Bodie's old barns with snow on the mighty Sierra Nevadas in the background.
Empty rooms in the Miller Boarding House.
The Wheaton and Luhrs Store, which also housed the hydroelectric offices after electricity was brought to Bodie, and also a boarding house.
Remains of the Swasey Hotel in Bodie, California
Bodie's red firehouse.
Inside the Miller House in Bodie, as it appeared in 1900. This is one of the few houses open to the public.
The Miller House kitchen, much like it appeared when it was abandoned in 1900.
Bodie's famous Methodist church, built in 1882.
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