Judsonville was a city in eastern Contra Costa County, California. It was located 3 miles (4.8 km) northeast of Stewartville, which is now a ghost town. It was a mining town for the nearby coal mines.
A post office operated at Judsonville from 1878 to 1883, with a closure in 1879.The name is in honor of Egbert Judson, part owner of a mine.
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Bodie is a ghost town in the Bodie Hills east of the Sierra Nevada mountain range in Mono County, California, United States about 75 miles (121 km) southeast of Lake Tahoe, 12 mi (19 km) east-southeast of Bridgeport, at an elevation of 8379 feet (2554 m).. Bodie became a boom town in 1876 after the discovery of a profitable line of gold; by 1879 it had a population of 7,000–10,000.
Almaden Valley, or simply Almaden is a valley and primarily upper middle class residential neighborhood of San Jose, California, in South San Jose.
Almaden Quicksilver County Park is a 4,163 acres (17 km²) park that includes the grounds of former mercury ("quicksilver") mines adjacent to south San Jose, California, USA. The park's elevation varies greatly: the most used entrances are less than 600 feet above sea level, while the highest point in the park is over 1,700 feet above sea level.
Panamint City is a ghost town in the Panamint Range, near Death Valley, in Inyo County, California, US. It is also known by the official Board of Geographic Names as Panamint. Panamint was a boom town founded after silver and copper were found there in 1872. By 1874, the town had a population of about 2,000. Its main street was one mile (1.6 km) long. Panamint had its own newspaper, the Panamint News. Silver was the principal product mined in the area. The town is located about three miles northwest of Sentinel Peak. According to the National Geographic Names Database, NAD27 latitude and longitude for the locale are, and the feature ID number is 1661185. The elevation of this location is identified as being 6,280 feet AMSL. The similar-sounding Panamint Springs, California, is located about 25.8 miles at 306.4 degrees off true north near Panamint Junction.
Redwood Estates is a rural unincorporated community along State Route 17 in the coastal Santa Cruz Mountains in Los Gatos, California, United States. The Census Bureau includes it in a census-designated place named Lexington Hills. It lies inside the confines of Santa Clara County. The area is about eight miles from downtown Los Gatos and nine miles from the Santa Cruz County community of Scotts Valley.
Inskip is a ghost town in Butte County, California. It lies at an elevation of 4,777 feet in the northern Sierra Nevada near Lassen National Forest. The main surviving building is the Inskip Hotel, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Nortonville is an unincorporated ghost town in Contra Costa County, California. It was located on Kirker Creek 5.5 miles (9 km) north-northeast of Mount Diablo, at an elevation of 801 feet.
French Corral is an unincorporated community approximately five miles west of California State Highway 49 in Nevada County, California.
Somersville is an unincorporated ghost town in eastern Contra Costa County, California. It is located 6 miles (10 km) north-northeast of Mount Diablo, at an elevation of 741 feet.
Stewartville was an unincorporated place in eastern Contra Costa County, California that is now a ghost town. It was located 6 miles (10 km) northeast of Mount Diablo, at an elevation of 558 feet. It was a mining town for the nearby coal mines.
West Hartley was an unincorporated community in eastern Contra Costa County, California. It was located 7 miles (11 km) northeast of Mount Diablo, at an elevation of 440 feet. It is now a ghost town. It was a mining town for the nearby coal mines.
Enterprise is a former settlement in Butte County, California. It was located 5 miles (8.0 km) west-northwest of Forbestown on the South Fork of the Feather River, at an elevation of 902 feet. In 1968, it was inundated by Lake Oroville.
Clems, California is a ghost town in Santa Cruz County with an elevation of 790 feet. It is located a latitude 37055N, longitude 1215947W; decimal degrees: latitude 37.09806, longitude -121.99639.
Fremont Landing was a former settlement in Yolo County, California, United States. It was located on the Sacramento River 5.5 miles (8.9 km) east-southeast of Knights Landing, at an elevation of 26 feet.
Isaiah is a ghost town in Butte County, California, United States. It was located 5.5 miles (8.9 km) north-northwest of Berry Creek, at an elevation of 984 feet. Part of the Bidwell Tract of 1876, It still appeared on maps as of 1948. Isaiah began as a mining community and later was used as a watering station for steam powered trains. Because of the construction of Oroville Dam (1961), the railroad was re-directed. This led to the inhabitants eventually selling their property. It is now privately owned.
Nimshew is a former mining town in Butte County, California, formed to house workers at the nearby Nimshew gold mine. It lies at an elevation of 2507 feet. It had a post office from 1880 to 1923. It is now a neighborhood of Magalia.
Diamondville is a former settlement in Butte County, California, United States. It was located 4 miles (6.4 km) west of Paradise. The town was named for James Diamond. In the 1870s, Diamondville was on the stage coach route to Chico, 11 miles (18 km) distant; fares averaged 10 cents per mile. Cretaceous fossils were reported to be found from Butte Creek below Diamondville. In an 1884 report published by the United States government on the production of precious metals in the United States, Diamondville was described as "an old mining town. .. occupied by one or two ranchers and only mined by Chinese."
Bennettville is a former settlement and ghost town in Mono County, California. It was located on Mine Creek 4 mi (6.4 km) east-southeast of Mount Conness.
Leon, now a ghost town, was a gold mining town in northern San Diego County from the 1880s, named for the Leon Mine that lay on a hill to the northwest of the town. Leon became part of southwestern Riverside County in 1893. Leon had its own post office from May 4, 1888 until July 31, 1911 when its post office was moved to Perris, California.
Taylor is an extinct town in King County, in the U.S. state of Washington.