Methodist Church in Bodie
Bodie is a once prosperous mining town in the Eastern California Sierra Nevada, 30 miles north of Mono Lake.
It became a boom town in 1877, and by 1879 it was the second largest city in California, behind only San Francisco, with over 10,000 residents. It was the first city in the US with a long distance transmission of electricity.
Now it remains in a state of arrested decay.