This is an old "Paddy Wagon" in the "living ghost town" of historic Shaniko, Oregon. Located in north central Oregon in Wasco County on Highway 97, this little town is 70 miles north of Bend and 57 miles south of Biggs Junction.
During its boom town days of 1900-1911, this railhead town earned the "Wool Capital of the World" title. In 1910 the official census for Shaniko was 600 residents. There were five saloons, three hotels and a number of other businesses. Some of the 1900's era buildings still stand but the heart of the town burned down in a series of large fires.
I grew up in Tulelake, California enjoying the beauty of the landscapes and wildlife of the region. After raising a family and completing a career in fair management, I have settled in Grants Pass, Oregon along the beautiful Rogue River with my wonderful husband. I enjoy the small degree of creativity the Lord has blessed me with, but am totally in awe of His! In everything that surrounds me I can see the touch of His grace and love. I hope that through my art pieces you will see a glimpse of Him. Thank you for looking!
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