The frontier town of Bodie, California was established in the late 1880's as a gold mining town. At one time it contained about 2000 buildings. About 110 buildings still remain. They are maintained in a state of "arrested decay". Bodie has been named California's official State Gold Rush Town.
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Category:Architecture and Structures
Subcategory:Places of Interest
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