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The remaining buildings at Bodie State Historic Park provide the backdrop for these abandoned autos.
Getting There- Bishop is located in the northern end of the Owens Valley in the eastern part of central California. From Los Angeles, take U.S. Highway 101 North to California State Route 170 North. CA-170 N becomes Interstate 5 North. Merge onto California State Route 14 North. Continue for approximately 70 miles, then turn right onto State Highway 14/CA-14. In about 50 miles, CA-14 becomes U.S. 395 North. Continue approximately 122 miles on to Bishop.

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