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  • Richard Price

    Road Sign in Lost Springs, 2007, Lost Springs, Wyoming - population 1.

  • Colyn Bonynge

    One is a Lonely Number. Lost Springs, Wyoming

  • Victoria Martines

    Funny Pics {20.11.2013}

  • Deborah

    Population takes you to a great website for photography...Check her photos out..

  • Mother Nature

    You've heard of a one-horse town, but what about a one-person town? Scattered throughout the U.S. are places with populations you can count on one hand — and sometimes one finger. #ghost #town #rural

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If lotto is involved, I will NEVER come anywhere NY ever again. What a nightmare to have to live in this state. Like communist China. I'd even pay to get my family out.

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An unincorporated community between No Name Canyon and No Name Creek... No Name, near Glenwood Springs, got its name after Interstate 70 was built. A Department of Transportation official noticed that the area didn't have a name and wrote "No Name" for Exit 119, the ramp accessing the community. It drew some attention for its absurdity, locals started to accept it, and it stuck. Later, when given the opportunity to change No Name to a proper name, the community chose to remain nameless.

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