Status: Inhabited as of 6/05
Chaseley was a NPRR railroad town founded in 1902. It was named by Richard Sykes for the estate of an associate in England. It’s peak population was said to be around 125 in 1920. It’s probably got thirty to fifty now.
Our trip to Chaseley was a spur of the moment stop. It’s far from a ghost town, but there are a lot of old buildings to see.
Photos by Troy Larson and Terry Hinnenkamp, copyright Sonic Tremor Media LLC