Metal Detecting spots…Ghost Towns…Utah..Weber and Rich county


Weber County:
Ghost Towns:
1. West Warren, 10 miles due West of Ogden
2. Liberty, 7 miles Northeast of Ogden
3. Unitah, at the mouth of Weber Canyon, founded in 1850. Once had over 100
stores and shops, hotels, saloons and a brewery.
4. The abandoned La Plata Silver Mine is located 5 miles Northeast of Ogden.

Rich County:
Ghost Towns:
1. Round Valley, on the South end of Bear Lake, 25 miles East of Logan.
2. Sage Creek Junction, near the State line, 35 miles due East of Logan.
3. Spanish mining activity has been found in the Wasatach Range in 1863. A
lost gold lode, discovered by Brigham Young is somewhere in Ferguson Canyon in
the Wasatach Mountains.

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  1. Hello to all who follow:: Years have whirled by since I have been able to JUST DIG; Those ancient times found us in a hole(3-4 ft deeep;and as big around,sifting carefully through the bunches of dirt;rock.or,other materials,that were plenty, to finally get a peek at whatever little, or lot, you just discovered!!! That’s the coolest feeling, no matter what you found, I was fortunate more times than not, to actually find some Cool stuff. (1)a bronze substraight, that was a wall/door emblem,which was the symbol for the medical field. It was a serpent wrapped around a staff. It was,most certainly, a rare item, as was hard to find any others to compare/value with. But we were able to, through lots of research, and discussions,with people with “knowledge” to agree, was rare. and was made jby hand,but still very specifically detailed, and was determined to be.older,by as much as 200+ yrs!! As others find the: bottles//the cool and rarer, than commons//Much rarer. little,heavy, medicine/tonic..bottles(bitters) bottles. 1 or 2 19th century, soda bottles from Farmington, Ut, company, I other further North. many others, Not common either. trade tokens from SL. County,cool marbles,old fountain pens,for ink wellls,,,old,cool inkwells;military artifacts(W 1; WW2; old,encrusted, 22 revolver(“6 gun”) from, again, “knowledgeable” folks, before 1900,given style(period circa 1800’s) sorry;(authentic) victoirian style jewerly, silver jewelryt; old rings, necklaces;brooches of many;anyway, cool stuff. Other type collectiables from not dirt holes,picked from other souces, which kept cash in pocket,often during those years, But, I just look forward to getting dirty, this year, just to….DIG, and dig, sooo, need to find old spots to find a privy, or whatever it B. Sorry for just “yammin” on, but i DO APPReciate THe WHOLE SHABANG. look forward to reading and experiencing YA”LLS cool findings. Thanks a bunch.

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