Cemetery in Gold Field Nevada

Gold Field Nevada Cemetery

We were driving back to Portland from
Las Vegas on highway 95 in March of this year. While passing through Gold Field, an old mining town that has seen better days, we noticed the cemetery and decided to stop and take pictures. It was amazing to read the head stones, one of which was of a soldier who fought in the Confederate Army, the Spanish American war and in World War 1.

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Mindy says ... on Tuesday, Jul 20 at 1:08 AM

I love this cemetery! My friend Shannon and I took a bunch of photos there in May of 2009. We caught some very interesting orbs that seem to have faces in them. It was a very peaceful experience. This cemetery has so much history and is very lovely.

Anonymous says ... on Saturday, Nov 14 at 9:36 PM

OMG! This is gay as hell!

Joe says ... on Sunday, Sep 13 at 11:41 AM

This is a popular cemetery destination for gravers, i.e., cemetery enthusiasts, as well as historians and the general public. Lots of history here. It's a great visit.

Clint says ... on Sunday, Nov 30 at 1:52 PM

More photographs are required in this posting. STAT! Please.

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