Goldfield Ghost Town by Neveah Saenz

Golidfield was a bustling town that struck Gold in 1892. The gold strike is what put the town on the map.

Goldfield is considered the " Gateway to the Superstition Mountains." In 1892 it's total population was 4,000 people in 1892.

Goldfield is all about staying true to it's original form. In the 1890's it had a general store, post office, saloons,blacksmiths,meat markets, school houses, boarding houses, a hotel, and a brewery. Many of which are still open today for mainly as tourist attractions.

Nowadays Goldfield is a popular tourist attraction.

Many people come to Goldfield to escape the monotony of urban city life and experience old western life.

Goldfield is a popular place do wedding photography and other types of photo shoots.

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