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posted by alias Ian Sane on Monday 16th of September 2019 12:17:00 PM
Built in 1888, and once doubling as a City Hall and School House, Allen Hall is now a museum for the small Oregon town of Granite. Some call it a ghost town but as of 2017 Granite had a population of 36. It once had a population of 5,000, though. There's a small convenience store still in operation (I bought a soda while I was there). The community was originally called "Independence" after the discovery of gold on July 4, 1862 but the postal authorities said no due to the fact there was already a town by that name in Oregon. So, they chose "Granite" for the prevailing rock of the region. Fluidr: www.fluidr.com/photos/[email protected]
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