This is what is left of the old mining town of Carson. The town was named for the miner Christopher Carson who founded the town and the silver mine there, named The Bonanza King. Back in the 1890's there were 400 to 500 people living here.These buildings where falling down
before the addition of new roofs.
There must be eight to ten buildings still standing. They sit on top of the mountain at nearly 12,000 feet
Too late for this one. This is what happens when the roof gives way. Looks like they have a Christmas tree growing in the family room!