David Hurst Visits Kelso Depot Museum, CA

February 3, 2016 - Comment

Many people enjoy visiting “ghost towns”. David Hurst provides a great view of the Kelso Depot Museum.   Kelso Depot Museum Video HERE Kelso is a ghost town and defunct railroad depot in the Mojave National Preserve in San Bernardino County, California. It was named after a railroad worker who won a contest to have

Many people enjoy visiting “ghost towns”. David Hurst provides a great view of the Kelso Depot Museum.

 

Kelso Depot Museum Video

HERE

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Kelso is a ghost town and defunct railroad depot in the Mojave National Preserve in San Bernardino County, California. It was named after a railroad worker who won a contest to have the town named after him. The town was built specifically as a railroad station because of its location and nearby springs that provided abundant water.

More about the Kelso Depot Museum here:  http://www.freetravelwithus.com/california/kelso_depot_page.html

Be sure to visit his website: http://www.FreeTravelWithUs.com

 

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