Wyoming’s history is full of stories of towns that attracted hundreds seeking a new life – only to be mysteriously abandoned years later. One such ghost town is Kirwin. Back in the late 1800s, the town of Kirwin was a bustling, busy mining town - with a saloon, hotel, sawmill, and two hotels. The old mining town, located in the Absaroka Mountains, near the headwaters of the north fork of the Wood River, about 38 miles from Meeteetse, WY, continues to be a treasure for history buffs. The town is (mostly) still standing, and although it hasn’t been home to anyone in decades, it’s an eerily beautiful place to visit. Photography by Nature and Wildlife photographer, Cat Pentescu.
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