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An 1890s agricultural ghost in the northeastern grasslands, 11 miles east of SH 207 and north of Mitchell. About five miles south of Service. During the years when the town was active there was a school, M-E Church, community center, general store/post office, IOOF hall and other businesses. Again as is so typical of agricultural centers, once cars and trucks came into vogue, the towns faded and died. Richmond was no different.
Source: Ghost Town USA