Sandi Wheaton's photographic journey from Chicago to LA with a Jeep, an Aliner trailer and a bunch of cameras

Category: ghost town

Archive for the ‘ghost town’ Category

Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010

Ludlow is a mover and a shaker in southern California – but Ludlow is not a person.  Ludlow is a tiny town on Route 66. What do you do when the main street running through your town is diverted?  Well, you move your town!  That’s what Ludlow did, anyway.  Twice. Back in the 1880s, Ludlow […]


Tuesday, November 10th, 2009

Two Guns, Arizona is a bizarre and fascinating place.  This is a real, bonafide, empty ghost town right on the side of the Interstate.  There is an exit on I-40 to Two Guns, but there’s nothing there except ruins.  And Mike. When you learn of the history of Two Guns, you think it must be […]


Friday, October 23rd, 2009

It’s impossible to drive all of the original Route 66, since some of it is under the interstate, some of it is impassable, and some of it just no longer exists.  Also, there are many different alignments of the Route, so you sometimes have to choose which version to drive.  I have to say that […]