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Death Valley - Ballarat Ghost Town Business Card Templates
Death Valley - Ballarat Ghost Town Business Card Templates
Ballarat came into being in 1897 with many gold strikes in the Panamint Mountains. The Radcliffe mine alone produced 15,000 tons of gold ore from 1898-1903. The town was named after a famous Australian gold camp and was home to 400 people in 1898. Several legendary Death Valley figures lived in town. Ballarat is now privately owned and contains the ruins of several adobe buildings. The townsite is located off the Panamint Valley road west of Death Valley proper.

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Death Valley - Ballarat Ghost Town
Ballarat came into being in 1897 with many gold strikes in the Panamint Mountains. The Radcliffe mine alone produced 15,000 tons of gold ore from 1898-1903. The town was named after a famous Australian gold camp and was home to 400 people in 1898. Several legendary Death Valley figures lived in town. Ballarat is now privately owned and contains the ruins of several adobe buildings. The townsite is located off the Panamint Valley road west of Death Valley proper.

Please feel free to fully customize this product to your needs. Change from landscape to portrait (or from horizontal to vertical layout) or the other way around, zoom in or zoom out and add your own text (add a slogan, phrase or a name as a monogram). Change the size of the photo or the background color. And if you can't find what you are looking for or need any photo on a product I have not yet listed, do not hesitate to contact me. Create the perfect personal gift for your loved ones, powered by www.stine1shop.info :-)

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Made on: 5/17/2012 8:02 AM
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