What are abandoned spaces or places found in the desert, Alex? Including Satan’s Den, The Silver Queen Mine, random homesteads/cabins and other places in the Mojave Desert and along Highway 14 & 395.
Satan’s Den @ The Silver Queen Mine – Creepy abandoned dwelling…and no I don’t think the blood is real because there is an active mine next door that patrols the area and if this was real it would’ve been found by them and taken away as evidence long ago (or not?). – Hwy 14
Wasteland Indeed @ The Silver Queen Mine. – Hwy 14
A ghost store near the Silver Queen Mine. – Hwy 14
The House of Horrors @ SQM. – Hwy 14
How scary can it be if there’s a Marty McFly flyer above the entrance? – Hwy 14
A toilet conveniently located in Satan’s Den @ SQM. – Hwy 14
A piano always classes a place up and this place definitely needed it. – Hwy 14
Oh, I must of missed the ‘Keep Out’ signage. – Hwy 14
Good to know Lil MAMA appreciates abandoned places just as much as I do, although she broke the first rule of exploration: “take nothing but photographs, leave nothing but footprints” @ SQM. – Hwy 14
Framed @ SQM – Hwy 14
Back Framed @ SQM – Hwy 14
Isolated yet out in the open where various homesteaders have a clear view of what happens on this lonely hill across the barren landscape. – Hwy 14
Ghost store portal view of the Tehachapi Wind Farm. – Hwy 14
An unidentified abandoned mine. – Hwy 14
Looking towards China Lake. – Hwy 14
The old Pittsburgh Plate Glass facility, which mined minerals from Owens Lake, has been abandoned for decades, slowly decaying on the lake’s western shore. Although the factory may be abandoned it appears someone lives onsite in the old administrative building. No exploring for me:( – Hwy 395
Lonely Hearts Club – Hwy 14
Abandoned house with a lovely view. – Hwy 395
Closed Cafe – Hwy 395
Abandoned Bar – Hwy 395
Cafe view – Hwy 395
The Pink Room – Hwy 395
Boarded up but not forgotten – Hwy 395
Abandoned Poetry – Hwy 395
Nettyville – Hwy 395
Dream or Nightmare? – Hwy 395
Good/Wood Question -Hwy 395
I always enjoy finding art in abandoned places and this one’s a gem. – Hwy 395
Holy Heart – Hwy 395
Welcome home, now can you turn up the heat, it’s a little drafty in here? – Hwy 395
River Rock Trail – Hwy 395
Broken Windows Theory – Hwy 395
Cafe is Closed – Hwy 395
Found this beauty in between Mojave and Ridgecrest.
It comes with amazing views.
Of course you would probably have to deal with some lead and asbestos issues…
…and a new roof…
…but at least the landscaping around the house is nice.
I do love that color of green.
It looks like there may also be some structural issues…
…like missing walls and windows…
…but its got good bones…
…its just gonna take someone who cares enough to put them all back together again.
Bonus: There is either a basement or mine underneath it but I was unable to confirm which one since a large section of the house has collapsed over the opening.
Down and out in Hinkley, CA.
You know, the town the movie, “Erin Brockovich,” made famous?
Fifteen years after the film showed triumphant residents winning a $333-million settlement with Pacific Gas & Electric Co. for contaminating its water — and nearly 20 years after the settlement itself — Hinkley is slowly becoming a ghost town, and those who stay still struggle to find resolution.
Today there’s little left in Hinkley beyond some scattered homes and acres of alfalfa and other grasses, planted to help clean the contamination.