That's what it looks like. What appears to be steam machinery of some sort for the spa is located in an adjacent room visible from this sealed off sauna or what not adapted from the shaft. This was years ago and I haven't been back to AR since. So I've just labeled these pics from basic memory.
Yes. Logging train to on Billy's Island be exact. It's from the logging town built there between when the Lees were evicted and when the island and the rest of the GA side of the Okefenokee became part of government property. I want to say Billy's Island is part of Steven Foster State Park and the Okefenokee Wildlife Refuge.
CABIN CREEK, Colo. --
If you enjoy solitude, an entire town in Colorado that's about 45 minutes from Denver could be yours for $350,000. The town, Cabin Creek, is located just outside of Byers, Colorado in rural Adams County.
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Found this forum this morning (thrilled I did) after checking out some spots I discovered yesterday on a little adventure I treated myself to. I started in Reno (where I live as of recent) and drove out to Battle Mountain. Then took the 50 down to Austin, NV and then back to Reno. They aren't joking when they call it the 'Loneliest Road in America...' Anyway, what I realized was that Nevada is really barren, but when you do find those old towns or buildings, it's such a rewarding feeling. I'm going to try and go for two days next weekend and try to find some abandoned towns like I've seen on this forum. I abide by the phrase "Take only pictures. Leave only footprints."
I look forward to sharing my adventures with you all and finding some amazing new places to explore.