Vacant streets in California City, California





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June 30 · Issue #652 · View online
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A network of vacant roads criss-crosses through California City, California. Incorporated in 1965, the city was originally designed to rival Los Angeles in size but fell far short of expectations, leaving behind a vast grid of crumbling paved roads. Though it is the third-largest city in California by area, at 203 square miles (527 square km), it is home to only about 14,200 people.
35.102385°, -117.938419°

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