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Stagecoaches, outhouses and general stores: Inside the preserved American ghost town left untouched for almost 70 years

Covered in decades worth of cobwebs and left to a slow decay, Steins, New Mexico looks like the very definition of an American ghost town in the searing desert heat. Originally a coal depot for the Southern Pacific Railroad, Steins was essentially abandoned overnight when the railroad switched to diesel fuel in the mid 1940’s. for more click here

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