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1. The Standard Mill & Mine: built in 1877, burned down in 1898, reconstructed soon after. The photo linked to here was taken from near the number 4 on the above map.
2. Green Street, largely residential, fared generally better in the 1932 fire than the rest of Bodie. This view looks west (right to left on the above map) from the big red number 2.
3. Kirkwood Livery Stable stands near the north end of town, conveniently located for getaway purposes next door to the jail, which itself is conveniently located next to Bonanza Street's red light district (no longer standing, but running to the north just west of the stable).
4. Main Street runs north and south roughly through the center of town. Main Street was hit hard by fire, but the surviving buildings are among Bodie's most interesting, including a pair of hotels, the firehouse, the morgue, and the museum & visitor center. The linked photo looks southward from this intersection.
5. The Occidental Barn is famous for - well, for nothing at all, really. But it is picturesque.