Once The Most Wicked Town in The West
Founded in 1876, Jerome became a ghost town when the mines depleted.
Once the home of miners and gunslingers that hung-out in saloons and
bawdy houses, Jerome was re-energized by artisans, musicians and writers.
Many of the original building relics still stand. Winding 30 degree streets
house galleries, shops, saloons, antique shops, restaurants and hotels.
The collection of photos are compliments of several
photographers that have extended permission to use.
They are licensed under Creative Commons.
Views along the Apache Trail including Goldfield Ghost Town,
Superstition Mountain, Canyon Lake and Tortilla Flat.