31 photos
Sitting on the eastern slope of the Continental Divide between the towns of Basin and Boulder, Comet, Montana, is one of the state’s most intact ghost towns. Not restored nor preserved, the site is located on private land, but, at this time, remains open to the public.

Comet, MT - - Building

Comet, MT -  - Building

Comet, MT - Building - 3

Comet, MT  - Building - 3

Comet, MT - Building

Comet, MT - Building

Comet, MT - Building - 2

Comet, MT - Building - 2

Comet, MT - Building - 4

Comet, MT - Building - 4

Comet, MT - Building - 5

Comet, MT - Building - 5

Comet, MT - Building - 6

Comet, MT - Building - 6

Comet, MT - Falling Building

Comet, MT - Falling Building

Comet, MT - Flag

Comet, MT - Flag

Comet, MT - Head Frame and Ore Bin

Comet, MT - Head Frame and Ore Bin

Comet, MT - Hotel

Comet, MT - Hotel

Comet, MT - Hotel

Comet, MT - Hotel

Comet, MT - Hotel and Building

Comet, MT - Hotel and Building

Comet, MT - Hotel Interior

Comet, MT - Hotel Interior

Comet, MT - House

Comet, MT - House

Comet, MT - House Interior

Comet, MT - House Interior

Comet, MT - Junk

Comet, MT - Junk

Comet, MT - Mill Interior

Comet, MT - Mill Interior

Comet, MT - Mill Interior - 2

Comet, MT - Mill Interior - 2

Comet, MT - Mine & Mill

Comet, MT - Mine & Mill

Guestbook for Comet
1.Claydee Dunks Martin(non-registered)
As a small child, I had the honor of living and playing among these buildings, with the "ghosts" as my childhood friends. Lasting memories and blessings come back to life as I view these awesome pictures. I am so very happy to know that this wonderful place and its' history has has been maintained. Thank you.