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Hanford Ghosts


Apart from a few streets and sidewalks, the concrete and stucco shell of Hanford High School is all that remains of the old town site. Originally constructed in 1916 and rebuilt after a 1936 fire, the building served as a construction management office during the Manhattan Project and, more recently, as a training area for SWAT personnel.

See here and here for two other posts related to our recent Hanford Site tour.



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