Wyoming's high, desolate prairie home to the Piedmont ghost town

jederick

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Haven't been here in a while so made a trip here today to see what was still standing. This town is fairly remote and not publicized so does not get much in the way of traffic or visitors...especially since you have to go about eight miles on a back country dirt road.
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