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  • ashford mill ruins - itiin

    The ruins of Ashford Mill stand on the floor of Death Valley Structures here consist of the crumbling walls of a concrete office building, and the ruins of the mill itself Not much is left of the mill, with the exception of the large concrete foundations and a very limited amount of debris...

  • A bit of history - Review of Ashford Mill Ruins, Death ,

    Ashford Mill Ruins: A bit of history - See 39 traveller reviews, 28 candid photos, and great deals for Death Valley National Park, CA, at TripAdvisor...

  • Ashford Mill Ruins - tripadvisorin

    Ashford Mill Ruins: An average attraction - See 39 traveler reviews, 28 candid photos, and great deals for Death Valley National Park, CA, at TripAdvisor...

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    Find Ashford Mill Ruins in Kernville with Address, Phone number from Yahoo US Local Includes Ashford Mill Ruins Reviews, maps & directions to Ashford Mill Ruins ,...

  • Legends of America Photo Prints | Death Valley | Death ,

    Death Valley, CA - Ashford Mill Ruins The highway through Death Valley stretches off in the distance through a window at the ruins of Ashford Mill Photo by Dave Alexander ...

  • Ashford Mill Ruins (Death Valley National Park) - 2019 All ,

    Nov 08, 2018· No reason to stop here as its just a couple of old cement walls, a small sign telling about the fact that gold ore was once processes there and the kiln was sold to some count in Hungry...

  • Mormon Point | Death Valley Journal

    Mar 31, 2014· Mormon Point In the southern portion of Death Valley, Mormon Point sits on Highway 178 about 12 miles north of the Ashford Mill ruins It is approximately 290 feet above sea level, and looks down on the salt pan of the Valley...

  • Pamela Schreckengost Photography - Ashford Mills Ruins

    Ashford Mill: is a former mining town settlement in Inyo County, California It was located in Death Valley at an elevation of 121 feet below sea level The place is now protected ruins ,...

  • Ashford Mill | Death Valley | Hikespeak

    May 24, 2010· The Ashford Mill ruins are visible to those driving up route 178 to Badwater Basin and Furnace Creek in Death Valley National ParkThe ruins rest on ,...

  • Ashford Mill Ruins - CA - US - Historical Marker Project

    In 1914, gold ore from the Golden Treasure Mine, 5 miles to the east, was processed here for shipment to a smelter Legend has it that the Ashford Brothers sold the mine for $50,000 to a Hungarian Count, who later sold it to BW McCausland for $105,000...

  • SALT CREEK HILLS & THE ASHFORD MILL RUINS: DEATH VALLEY ,

    The Ashford Mill ruins are within DVNP and contain the remnants of a gold processing mill built in 1915 to service a mine 5 miles to the east in the Black Mountains Ashford Mill is a former mining town settlement in Inyo County, California...

  • The Great American RoadTrip Forum - Ashford Mill Ruins ,

    These ruins alongside the highway were once the mill site for the Golden Treasure Mine, about 5 miles away in the Black Mountains The stone structure was an office building and the foundation of the actual mill can found a short distance away, both date to 1914...

  • Death Valley, Ashford Mill Historic Ruins - diane-j-m ,

    Apr 09, 2012· Ashford Mill Historic Ruins was the next stop on our Death Valley National map Joe had to use the restroom, so I walked down to the ruins a head of him I ,...

  • Ashford Mill - Wandering Death Valley - Review of Ashford ,

    May 09, 2018· Ashford Mill Ruins: Ashford Mill - Wandering Death Valley - See 38 traveler reviews, 25 candid photos, and great deals for Death Valley National Park, CA, at TripAdvisor Ashford Mill - Wandering Death Valley - Review of Ashford Mill Ruins, Death Valley National Park, CA - TripAdvisor...

  • Ashford Mill Ruins (Death Valley Nationalpark) - Aktuelle ,

    The Mill Ruinen erinnern uns an das Schicksal von Mill Besitzer, die vergeblich versucht, ihre Business Gleich gegenüber der Ashford Mill Ruinen sind groß Berge Sehr wenige Leute dort absteigen...

  • Mines/Ghost Towns Archives - Page 6 of 7 - STRAYNGER RANGER

    SALT CREEK HILLS & THE ASHFORD MILL RUINS: DEATH VALLEY NATIONAL PARK Post By: stRAyNGER Date: June 22, 2014 Category: Mines/Ghost Towns Located just outside the southeastern tip of the National Park boundary, the Salt Creek Hills are designated as an Area of Critical Environmental Concern (ACEC)...

  • Visit Ashford Mill Ruins on your trip to Death Valley ,

    Ashford Mill Ruins is located in Death Valley National Park Arrange your visit to Ashford Mill Ruins and discover more family-friendly attractions in Death Valley National Park using our Death Valley National Park trip planner...

  • Ashford Mill, California - Wikipedia

    Ashford Mill is a former mining town settlement in Inyo County, California It was located in Death Valley, at an elevation of 121 feet (37 m) below sea level The place is now protected ruins ,...

  • West Side Road, Death Valley: Is It Worth The Drive ,

    West Side Road runs parallel to Badwater Road, taking you through Badwater Basin on the other side of the valley You can access the road in just two locations: the north end near Artists Drive, and the south end near the Ashford Mill Ruins...

  • Ashford Canyon Trail - California | AllTrails

    Road to trail head directly across from the Ashford Mill Ruins Off road easily accessible via high clearance 2WD Look for old road tracks on the left, up the wash OR if you want something a bit more challenging, go left up the wash and hike up a steep, goat path Great cardio workout; +600 ft elevation...

  • Ashford Mill - BackRoadsWest

    Ruins of a loading bin just north of the mill Looking northwest from the Ashford Mill parking lot towards Ashford and Scotty's Canyons Running through a field of flowers is a little 's dream! This picture was taken in 2005 along SR 178 looking west towards Ashford Mill...

  • Ashford Mine (Golden Treasure Mine), Ashford Peak, Willow ,

    The ruins of Ashford Mill stand on the floor of Death Valley Structures here consist of the crumbling walls of a concrete office building, and the ruins of the mill itself Not much is left of the mill, with the exception of the large concrete foundations and a very limited amount of debris...