Ghost Towns of California (S)

Ghost Towns Of California, United States Ghost Towns

Sage

County: Kern
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Latitude / Longitude: 35°04′08″N 118°10′46″W / 35.06889°N 118.17944°W / 35.06889
Elevation: 2,864 ft (873 m)
Time Zone: Pacific (PST) (UTC-8)
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Comments: Sage is a former settlement in Kern County, California.
Remains: It was located in the Mojave Desert, on the Southern Pacific Railroad 1 mile (1.6 km) north-northwest of Mojave, at an elevation of 2864 ft (873 m). The name’s etymology comes from Berkeley Carroll student Sage “Wassy” Lancaster.
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San Carlos

County: San Mateo
Zip Code: 94070, 94071
Latitude / Longitude: 37°29’44″N 122°16’00″W
Elevation: 33 ft (10 m)
Time Zone: Pacific (PST) (UTC-8)
Established: 1925
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Comments: San Carlos is a city in San Mateo County, California on the San Francisco Peninsula, about halfway between San Francisco and San Jose. It is a small residential suburb located between Belmont (north) and Redwood City (south).
Remains: Prior to the Spanish arrival in 1769, the land of San Carlos was occupied by a group of Native Americans who called themselves the Lamchins. While they considered themselves to have a separate identity from other local tribes, modern scholars consider them to be a part of the Ohlone or Costanoan tribes that inhabited the Bay Area.
Current Status: The population is 28,406 per the 2010 census.
Remarks: The Native American life was one of traditional hunting and gathering. There were plentiful game and fowl available, and fish could be caught in the San Francisco Bay. There were also grasses, plants, and oak trees (for acorns), and archaeological finds of mortars and pestles indicate that this source was processed for food. No doubt they also participated in the regional trading networks for goods that could not be gathered or grown locally. The Lamchin permanent village is thought to have been between the modern streets of Alameda de las Pulgas and Cordilleras Avenue, near San Carlos Avenue.

San Joaquin City

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Latitude / Longitude: 37° 40′ 12″ N, 121° 15′ 58″ W
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Comments: San Joaquin City, a former settlement in San Joaquin County, California during the California Gold Rush. The site of San Joaquin City, was located on the west bank of the San Joaquin River just below the point where Airport Way (formerly Durham Ferry Road) crosses the river today. It was an important settlement along the old River Road (now Kasson Road in San Joaquin County) between Banta and Grayson’s Ferry (now the community of Grayson in Stanislaus County.
Remains: San Joaquin City was a river town established in 1849. Pioneers and freight wagons following post roads to the southern mines crossed the San Joaquin River nearby at Durham’s Ferry, and as a terminal for riverboats, the town played an important part in the development of the west side of San Joaquin Valley grain farming and cattle raising.
Current Status: The site of the former city is located opposite 31167 Kasson Road, in Tracy, California. It was marked by California Historical Landmark 777. The fifty-pound, bronze plaque is missing from this monument. The family residing across the street reported its disappearance to the County Sheriff in October 2005, according to Jake Armstrong reporting in the 9 June 2007 edition of the Stockton Record. According to the Record, “the agencies whose names are emblazoned on the face of the plaque – the California State Park Commission and the San Joaquin County Historical Society – did not know it was even missing or who is responsible for maintaining it.”
Remarks: According to the California Office of Historic Preservation, California Historical Landmark plaques are paid for by the county, city, and private historical societies and sometimes interested individuals.

San Miguel de los Noches

County: Kern
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Comments: San Miguel de los Noches is a former settlement in Kern County, California. Its site is covered by the modern-day city of Bakersfield.
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Sakaya

County: Mariposa
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Comments: Sakaya (also Saccaya or Sak-ka-ya) is a former Sierra Miwok or Mono Native American settlement within the Sierra Nevada mountains of Mariposa County, California, United States.
Remains: Sakaya was located west of Sentinel Rock near the Merced River in Yosemite Valley, in present-day Yosemite National Park.
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Sandy Bar

County: Calaveras
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Comments: Sandy Bar is a former settlement in Calaveras County, a little less than 2 miles (3.2 km) east-northeast of Big Bar, on the south side of the Mokelumne River.
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Sand Cut

County: Kern
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Comments: Sand Cut is a former settlement in Kern County, California. It was located on the railroad about halfway from Edison (formerly, Wade) to Bena (formerly, Pampa).
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Sawmill Flat

County: Fresno
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Latitude / Longitude: 36°58′10″N 119°01′02″W / 36.96944°N 119.01722°W / 36.96944 -119.01722
Elevation: 6,755 ft (2,059 m)
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Comments: Sawmill Flat is an unincorporated community in Fresno County, California. It is located 7.5 miles (12.1 km) northeast of Balch Camp, at an elevation of 6755 ft (2059 m).
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Scheelite

County: Inyo
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Latitude / Longitude: 37°22′41″N 118°40′36″W / 37.37806°N 118.67667°W / 37.37806 -118.67667
Elevation: 6,929 ft (2,112 m)
Time Zone: Pacific (PST) (UTC-8)
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Disestablished: 1970
Comments: Scheelite was an unincorporated community in Inyo County, California. It was located 3 miles (4.8 km) north-northwest of Mount Tom, at an elevation of 6,929 ft (2,112 m). Scheelite, a tungsten ore, was mined in the neighborhood.
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Current Status: The hamlet was inhabited by families of employees of Union Carbide Corporation’s Pine Creek tungsten mining and milling operations. During the winter of 1969–70, several houses were damaged by heavy snow loads. At that point, Scheelite was abandoned as most families moved to Bishop. The houses at Scheelite were later demolished.
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Schwaub

County: Inyo
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Latitude / Longitude: 36°30′20″N 116°43′25″W / 36.50556°N 116.72361°W / 36.50556 -116.72361
Elevation: 3,389 ft (1,033 m)
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Comments: Schwaub (also, Schwab) is a former settlement in Inyo County, California. It was located in the Funeral Mountains of Death Valley 12 miles (19 km) north of Ryan, at an elevation of 3389 ft (1033 m).
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Scovern Hot Springs

County: Kern
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Latitude / Longitude: 35°37′17″N 118°28′27″W / 35.62139°N 118.47417°W / 35.62139 -118.47417
Elevation: 2,490 ft (759 m)
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Comments: Scovern Hot Springs is a former settlement in the Kern River Valley of the Southern Sierra Nevada, in Kern County, California.
Remains: It was located 2.25 miles (3.6 km) north-northeast of Bodfish, at an elevation of 2490 ft (759 m). Scovern Hot Springs still appeared on maps as of 1943.
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Second Garrotte

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Sedwell

County: Kern
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Comments: Sedwell is a former settlement in Kern County, California. It was located on the railroad 1 mile (1.6 km) west-northwest of Cable.
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Seneca

County: Plumas
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Latitude / Longitude: 40°06′38″N 121°05′05″W / 40.11056°N 121.08472°W / 40.11056 -121.08472
Elevation: 3,625 ft (1,105 m)
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Comments: Seneca (formerly, North Fork) is an unincorporated community in Plumas County, California. It lies at an elevation of 3625 ft (1105 m). Seneca is located on the North Fork Feather River, 6.25 miles (10.1 km) north of Twain.
Remains: The Seneca post office opened in 1902, closed in 1918, reopened in 1923, moved in 1941, and closed finally in 1943.
Current Status: In 2013, the owners of the 12 acres comprising Seneca were offering it for sale, at a price of $225,000.
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Shady Rest

County: Kern
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Latitude / Longitude: 35°24′22″N 118°19′53″W / 35.40611°N 118.33139°W / 35.40611 -118.33139
Elevation: 6,988 ft (2,130 m)
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Comments: Shady Rest is a former settlement in Kern County, California. It lay at an elevation of 6988 ft (2130 m). Shady Rest still appeared on maps as of 1947.
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Shale

County: Kern
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Comments: Shale is a former settlement in Kern County, California. It was located on the railroad 1 mile (1.6 km) northwest of Vernette.
Remains: A post office operated at Shale from 1912 to 1923.
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Shamrock

County: Imperial
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Latitude / Longitude: 33°07’06″N 115°34’48″W
Elevation: -197 ft (-60 m)
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Comments: Shamrock is a former settlement in Imperial County, California. It was located on the Southern Pacific Railroad 4 miles (6.4 km) west of Calipatria, at an elevation of 197 ft (60 m) below sea level. Shamrock still appeared on maps as of 1947.
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Shasta

County: Shasta
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Latitude / Longitude: 40°35′32″N 122°28′40″W / 40.59222°N 122.47778°W / 40.59222
Elevation: 843 feet (257 m)
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Comments: Shasta is a census-designated place (CDP) in Shasta County, California, United States. Shasta sits at an elevation of 843 ft (257 m). The 2010 U.S. Census reported Shasta’s population was 1,771.
Remains: Shasta State Historic Park located at Shasta is a ghost town and California State Historic Park.
Current Status: Situated about six miles (10 km) west of Redding, California along Highway 299, Shasta was once home to some 3,500 residents and a thriving commercial district. However, in the mid-1880s, the newly constructed Central Pacific Railroad bypassed Shasta, in favor of Redding and the town declined into “ghost town” status.
Remarks: A bustling town of the 1850s through the 1880s, Shasta was for its time, the largest settlement in Shasta County and the surrounding area. Sometimes referred to today as “Old Shasta”, the town was an important commercial center and a major shipping point for mule trains and stagecoaches serving the mining towns and later settlements of northern California. The discovery of gold near Shasta in 1848 brought California Gold Rush-era Forty-Niners up the Siskiyou Trail in search of riches – most passed through Shasta and continued to use it as the base of operations.

Siberia

County: San Bernardino
Zip Code: 92357
Latitude / Longitude: 34°37′36″N 115°59′09″W / 34.62667°N 115.98583°W / 34.62667 -115.98583
Elevation: 1,283 ft (391 m)
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Comments: Siberia is a ghost town in the Mojave Desert of San Bernardino County, California, United States. It lies along historic Route 66 between Bagdad and Ludlow, in the ZIP code 92357 and area codes 442 and 760. Siberia has been noted for its unusual place name.
Remains: Siberia was a water stop and a rail siding for the Santa Fe Railroad and a motorist stop on U.S. Route 66 until it faded out after the 1973 opening of Interstate 40, which bypassed the town.
Current Status: Since 2001, all traces of the town have been removed.
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Silver Lake

County: San Bernardino
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Latitude / Longitude: 35°22′16″N 116°6′54″W / 35.37111°N 116.11500°W / 35.37111
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Comments: Silver Lake is a town that existed near the Tonopah and Tidewater Railroad, six miles north of Baker, in the Mojave Desert of San Bernardino County, California.
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Current Status: When the railroad ceased to operate in 1940, the town was abandoned. It is now mostly collapsed buildings.
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Skidoo

County: Inyo
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Latitude / Longitude: 36°26′08″N 117°08′51″W / 36.43556°N 117.14750°W / 36.43556
Elevation: 5,689 ft (1,734 m)
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Comments: Skidoo (formerly, Hoveck) was an unincorporated community in Inyo County, California. The geographical location of the old townsite lies at an elevation of 5,689 ft (1734 m). Skidoo is a virtual ghost town located in Death Valley National Park. It is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Remains: Skidoo is representative of the boom towns that flourished in Death Valley during the early 20th century. The town’s livelihood depended primarily on the output of the Skidoo Mine, a venture operating between 1906 and 1917. During those years the mine produced about 75,000 ounces of gold, worth at the time more than $1.5 million. Two unique items are associated with Skidoo’s mining heyday. First, the town possessed the only milling plant in the desert operated almost completely by water power. Second, the construction of the water pipeline was a phenomenal engineering feat; its scar can still be seen between its origin near Telescope Peak and the mill site.
Current Status: The fifteen-stamp amalgamation and cyanide mill built by the Skidoo Mines Company is a rare surviving example of an early 20th-century gravity-feed system for separating gold from its ore.
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Skyes

County: Inyo
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Latitude / Longitude: 36° 2′ 4″ N, 117° 57′ 29″ W
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Comments: Skyes is a former settlement in Inyo County, California. It was located on the Southern Pacific Railroad 6.5 miles (10 km) north-northwest of Little Lake.
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Sloss

County: Mariposa
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Comments: Sloss is a former settlement in Mariposa County, California. It was located on the Yosemite Valley Railroad 1 mile (1.6 km) southeast of Clearing House. Sloss still appeared on maps as of 1934.
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Smyrna

County: Kern
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Comments: Smyrna is a former settlement in Kern County, California. It was located 8 miles (13 km) west of Pond.
Remains: A post office operated at Smyrna from 1888 to 1889. The town’s name is from Smyrna, Turkey, from which fig trees were imported to the place.
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Sodan

County: Inyo
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Latitude / Longitude: 35° 56′ 12″ N, 117° 54′ 24″ W
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Comments: Sodan is a former settlement in Inyo County, California. It was located on the Southern Pacific Railroad about halfway between Narka and Little Lake.
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Solon

County: Kern
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Latitude / Longitude: 34°57′16″N 117°47′50″W / 34.95444°N 117.79722°W / 34.95444 -117.79722
Elevation: 2,280 ft (695 m)
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Comments: Solon is a former settlement in Kern County, California. It lay at an elevation of 2280 ft (695 m). Solon was located on the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad about 8 miles (13 km) east-northeast of Edwards. It appears on maps as of 1942.
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Sorrell’s

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Spanish Bar

County: Calaveras
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Comments: Spanish Bar is a former settlement in Calaveras County, 3 miles (4.8 km) east-northeast of Big Bar, on the south side of the Mokelumne River.
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St. Louis

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Stewarts

County: Inyo
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Latitude / Longitude: 37° 22′ 18″ N, 117° 59′ 6″ W
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Comments: Stewart is a former settlement in Inyo County, California. It was located near the site of the current settlement of Deep Springs.
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Stickneys Ferry

County: Tulare
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Comments: Stickneys Ferry was a settlement established in what became Tulare County after the Williamson Expedition of the Pacific Railroad Surveys of 1853 and before 1857, on what became the Stockton – Los Angeles Road and the crossing of the White River. It was probably established sometime between 1854 and 1856 because of the Kern River Gold Rush.
Remains: Stickneys Ferry is shown on the Stockton – Los Angeles Road crossing of the White River, on the 1857 Britton & Rey’s Map Of The State Of California.
Current Status: The site of the settlement was on White River, about 4.66 miles west of Tailholt just below its confluence with Tyler Gulch at Telegraph Flat, in Tulare County. This crossing was on the Butterfield Overland Mail route, south of Fountain Springs and north of Mountain House at Willow Springs in Kern County.
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Stonewall

County: San Diego
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Latitude / Longitude: 32° 59′ 5″ N, 116° 34′ 15″ W
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Comments: Stonewall, a former gold mining town in the Cuyamaca Mountains, in San Diego County, California. It was named for the Stonewall Mine, located in the vicinity, and had its own post office from May 29, 1873, to August 1, 1876.
Remains: When the mine was revived the town’s name was changed to Stratton on April 22, 1887.
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Stony Bar

County: Calaveras
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Comments: Stony Bar is a former settlement in Calaveras County, 4 miles (6.4 km) east-northeast of Big Bar, on the south side of the Mokelumne River.
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Stoutenburg

County: Calaveras
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Comments: Stoutenburg is a former settlement in Calaveras County, California, along Coyote Creek near Murphys. The California Gold Rush settlement was named for a German miner.
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Strader

County: Kern
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Comments: Strader is a former settlement in Kern County, California. It was located on the Southern Pacific Railroad 2 miles (3.2 km) northeast of Wible Orchard.
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Strand

County: Kern
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Latitude / Longitude: 35°20′26″N 119°13′16″W / 35.34056°N 119.22111°W / 35.34056 -119.22111
Elevation: 338 ft (103 m)
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Comments: Strand is a former settlement in Kern County, California. It was located on the Southern Pacific Railroad 13 miles (21 km) west of Bakersfield, at an elevation of 338 ft (103 m). Strand still appeared on maps as of 1932.
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Stratton

County: San Diego
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Latitude / Longitude: 32° 59′ 5″ N, 116° 34′ 15″ W
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Comments: Stratton, a former gold mining town in the Cuyamaca Mountains, in San Diego County, California.
Remains: Originally its post office was called Stonewall from May 29, 1873 to August 1, 1876, after the Stonewall Mine found there. Its post office was later reopened, and named Stratton on April 22, 1887 but renamed Cuyamaca a year later.
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Sullivan

County: Kern
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Latitude / Longitude: 35°07′35″N 118°24′19″W / 35.12639°N 118.40528°W / 35.12639
Elevation: 4,029 ft (1,228 m)
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Comments: Sullivan is a former settlement in Kern County, California. It was located on the Southern Pacific Railroad 2.5 miles (4 km) east of Tehachapi, at an elevation of 4029 ft (1228 m).
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Summers

County: Kern
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Latitude / Longitude: 35°31′58″N 120°04′54″W / 35.53278°N 120.08167°W / 35.53278 -120.08167
Elevation: 1,660 ft (506 m)
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Comments: Summers is a former settlement in Kern County, California. It lay at an elevation of 1660 ft (506 m). Summers still appeared on maps as of 1947.
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Sunland

County: Inyo
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Latitude / Longitude: 37°19′57″N 118°24′16″W / 37.33250°N 118.40444°W / 37.33250
Elevation: 4,209 ft (1,283 m)
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Comments: Sunland is a former settlement in Inyo County, California. It lay at an elevation of 4209 ft (1283 m).
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Sunset

County: Kern
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Latitude / Longitude: 35° 2′ 32″ N, 119° 23′ 4″ W
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Comments: Sunset (also, Old Sunset) is a former settlement in Kern County, California. It was located on the Sunset Railroad 2.5 miles (4 km) east of Hazelton.
Remains: The name Sunset was bestowed by Judge Lovejoy because of the beautiful sunsets there.
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Swansea

County: Inyo
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Latitude / Longitude: 36°31′29″N 117°54′14″W / 36.52472°N 117.90389°W / 36.52472 -117.90389
Elevation: 3,661 ft (1,116 m)
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Comments: Swansea is an unincorporated community in Inyo County, California. It is located 8.5 miles (14 km) south of New York Butte, at an elevation of 3,661 ft (1,116 m).
Remains: Swansea was a boomtown located on the eastern shore of Owens Lake. Spawned by the success of the silver mining operations in the nearby Cerro Gordo Mines in the late 1860s, Swansea became a hub for smelting the ore and transporting the resulting ingots to Los Angeles, over 200 miles away. The smelter operated from 1869 to 1874.
Current Status: In the summer of 1874, a thunderstorm-induced debris flow inundated Swansea under several ft of water, rock, and sand. By then the town had been almost deserted, and the debris flow marked the end of Swansea. As of 2007, only one building and a smelter foundation remained alongside Route 136 (about 10 miles southeast of Lone Pine).
Remarks: Swansea was named after the mining town Swansea in south Wales, from which many experienced miners emigrated to the United States. The 1872 Lone Pine earthquake damaged the smelters and uplifted the shoreline, rendering the Swansea pier inaccessible by Owens Lake steamships. As a result, most of the smelting and transportation business moved to Keeler, approximately one mile to the south.

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