Pinal County

Casa Grande and area
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an old photo of a house and mountains in the backgrouds, with a yellow border around it
Ray, Arizona a small mining town where I grew up until everyone had to move out to make room for more mining . I loved it
an outhouse in the middle of nowhere with a mountain in the backround
Sasco - Arizona Ghost Town
Sasco - Arizona Ghost Town
an old cemetery in the middle of nowhere
Sasco - Arizona Ghost Town
Sasco - Arizona Ghost Town
an old black and white photo of a small town in the desert with mountains in the background
Tiger or Schultz - Arizona Ghost Town
Tiger - Tiger is a ghost town in Pinal County in the U.S. state of Arizona. The town was settled as Schultz around 1881 in what was then the Arizona Territory, then later reestablished as Tiger after World War I
an old stone building in the middle of nowhere
Copper Creek - Arizona Ghost Town
Copper Creek - Arizona Ghost Town
a sign for the national monument in front of some cacti and cactus trees
12-18-15 - Casa Grande Ruins National Monument
https://flic.kr/s/aHskAe3GQ7 | 12-18-15 - Casa Grande Ruins National Monument…
a map with a red circle in the middle and an area that has been marked
Florence, Arizona - Wikipedia
Florence, Arizona - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
an old stone building in the middle of nowhere
Copper Creek - Arizona Ghost Town
Copper Creek - Arizona Ghost Town
an old rusted out car in the middle of nowhere
Urban Ghosts Media is coming soon
There's a small city in Arizona where lies the Casa Grande Ruins National Monument. But as compelling as these structures are, an even more mysterious collection of modern ruins endure on the southern outskirts of the town.
an old black and white photo of a town in the mountains
Ray- Ray is a ghost town in Pinal County, Arizona, United States; It is mostly known for the large copper mine there. The town of Kearny was founded by the Kennecott Mining Company in 1958 as a planned community to accommodate the populations of Ray, Barcelona and Sonora, which were about to be enveloped by Kennecott's copper mine. Relocation to Kearny began in 1958.
an old shack sitting in the middle of a dirt field next to trees and bushes
Sasco, AZ
a dirt field with several crosses in it
Cemetery at Sasco, AZ
an outhouse in the middle of nowhere with two doors open and a dog laying on the ground
Jail at Sasco, AZ
the mountains are in the distance with grass and bushes on the foreground, as well as cactuses
Cochran, Arizona
Cochran- Cochran is a ghost town in Pinal County in the U.S. state of Arizona. The town was settled in 1905, in what was then the Arizona Territory. Named after its first postmaster, John S. Cochran, the small mining camp also served as a stop on the Santa Fe, Prescott and Phoenix Railway. The post office was established on January 3, 1905, and was discontinued on January 15, 1915.
a sign that says picacho state park with cactus in the background
Arizona - Somewhere between Phoenix and Tucson Picacho Peak State Park