Rhyolite Bottle House Photo



The strange "bottle house" of Rhyolite ghost town, near Death Valley. It was built in 1906 by Tom Kelley of approximately 50,000 beer bottles and was his home for a while. Rhyolite, Nevada, USA, natural history stock photograph, photo id 20588Add To Light Table
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The strange "bottle house" of Rhyolite ghost town, near Death Valley. It was built in 1906 by Tom Kelley of approximately 50,000 beer bottles and was his home for a while. Rhyolite, Nevada, USA

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Location: Rhyolite, Nevada, USA
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