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Fort Igloo South Dakota ghost town-church

Fort Igloo South Dakota ghost town-church
Made by Pattys-photos
this is private proprty...you have to stay on the main raod..but can see quite a bit of the old fort.. A sprawling complex of ammunition’s depots, army barracks, housing, hospital remnants, church, police station, amongst many other buildings lies abandoned near Provo, South Dakota. The base was built in 1942 and abandoned in 1967. texture by skeletalmess

Fort Igloo South Dakota ghost town

Fort Igloo South Dakota ghost town
Made by Pattys-photos
The Black Hills Army Depot was a munitions storage and maintenance facility operated by the United States Army. Construction started in 1942, during World War II, and the base was closed in 1967 during the Johnson administration. The area was also known as Igloo, named after the shape of the structures designed to store munitions. texture by skeletalmess

Fort Igloo South Dakota ghost town

Fort Igloo South Dakota ghost town
Made by Pattys-photos
this is private proprty...you have to stay on the main raod..but can see quite a bit of the old fort.. A sprawling complex of ammunition’s depots, army barracks, housing, hospital remnants, church, police station, amongst many other buildings lies abandoned near Provo, South Dakota. The base was built in 1942 and abandoned in 1967.

Fort Igloo South Dakota ghost town

Fort Igloo South Dakota ghost town
Made by Pattys-photos
The Black Hills Army Depot was a munitions storage and maintenance facility operated by the United States Army. Construction started in 1942, during World War II, and the base was closed in 1967 during the Johnson administration. The area was also known as Igloo, named after the shape of the structures designed to store munitions.

Fort Igloo South Dakota ghost town

Fort Igloo South Dakota ghost town
Made by Pattys-photos
A sprawling complex of ammunition’s depots, army barracks, housing, hospital remnants, church, police station, amongst many other buildings lies abandoned near Provo, South Dakota. The base was built in 1942 and abandoned in 1967. texture by skeletalmess

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Fort Igloo South Dakota ghost town

Fort Igloo South Dakota ghost town
Made by Pattys-photos
A sprawling complex of ammunition’s depots, army barracks, housing, hospital remnants, church, police station, amongst many other buildings lies abandoned near Provo, South Dakota. The base was built in 1942 and abandoned in 1967. texture by Tim Surratt

Fort Igloo South Dakota -entrance

Fort Igloo South Dakota -entrance
Made by Pattys-photos
A sprawling complex of ammunition’s depots, army barracks, housing, hospital remnants, church, police station, amongst many other buildings lies abandoned near Provo, South Dakota. The base was built in 1942 and abandoned in 1967. texture by skeletalmess

Fort Igloo South Dakota ghost town-barracks

Fort Igloo South Dakota ghost town-barracks
Made by Pattys-photos
A sprawling complex of ammunition’s depots, army barracks, housing, hospital remnants, church, police station, amongst many other buildings lies abandoned near Provo, South Dakota. The base was built in 1942 and abandoned in 1967. texture by skeletalmess

Fort Igloo South Dakota ghost town

Fort Igloo South Dakota ghost town
Made by Pattys-photos
The Black Hills Army Depot was a munitions storage and maintenance facility operated by the United States Army. Construction started in 1942, during World War II, and the base was closed in 1967 during the Johnson administration. The area was also known as Igloo, named after the shape of the structures designed to store munitions.

Fort Igloo South Dakota ghost town

Fort Igloo South Dakota ghost town
Made by Pattys-photos
The Black Hills Army Depot was a munitions storage and maintenance facility operated by the United States Army. Construction started in 1942, during World War II, and the base was closed in 1967 during the Johnson administration. The area was also known as Igloo, named after the shape of the structures designed to store munitions.

Fort Igloo South Dakota ghost town

Fort Igloo South Dakota ghost town
Made by Pattys-photos
The Black Hills Army Depot was a munitions storage and maintenance facility operated by the United States Army. Construction started in 1942, during World War II, and the base was closed in 1967 during the Johnson administration. The area was also known as Igloo, named after the shape of the structures designed to store munitions. texture by skeletalmess



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