“If These Walls Could Talk”

The second blog post in a photographic tribute series – by Caryn Esplin

As you walk through the buildings at Bannack Ghost Town you get a glimpse into the past. You can feel the history as you count the numerous layers of wallpaper, wood, and linoleum. Peeling paint, leftover artifacts and colorful, empty rooms leave you wishing walls could talk. You envision the people who moved in and out of the buildings with the changing cycles of a gold mining boom town.

Layers of Bannack Ghost Town - If These Walls Could Talk

CarynEsplin-BannackGhostTown-OldMill-Zoom CarynEsplin-BannackGhostTown-YellowRoom

CarynEsplin-BannackGhostTown-WindowScene CarynEsplin-BannackGhostTown-OrangeRoom

CarynEsplin-BannackGhostTown-PeachRoom CarynEsplin-BannackGhostTown-Outhouse

CarynEsplin-BannackGhostTown-BlueKitchen

CarynEsplin-BannackGhostTown-ClosetRoom

CarynEsplin-BannackGhostTown-BlueRoom CarynEsplin-BannackGhostTown-PeachGreenRoom

CarynEsplin-BannackGhostTown-StormsBrewingHDR CarynEsplin-BannackGhostTown-MansionBackroom

CarynEsplin-BannackGhostTown-Washtub CarynEsplin-BannackGhostTown-GlassBottles-LtPtg

CarynEsplin-BannackGhostTown- Bottles CarynEsplin-BannackGhostTown-TackRoomWindow

CarynEsplin-BannackGhostTown-TackRoom CarynEsplin-BannackGhostTown-BrandingIrons

CarynEsplin-BannackGhostTown-Pulleys CarynEsplin-BannackGhostTown-Cans

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