I've always been fascinated with this building. It dates back all the way to the year of our Lord 1100, located within the heart of the Great Salt Lake. Kidding, it was completed by the Los Angeles and Salt Lake RailRoad as a resort! It was glorious and beautiful and full of awe. Everyone west of New York traveled and stayed at this place. It burned in April 22, 1925, but rebuilt and never the same. The Great Depression saw to that.
From 1963 to 1986, the Great Salt lake rose 20 feet! This submerged Saltair under 4 feet of water.
Several years ago, I used to go dancing there. It was such a fabulous experience! You could go out onto the pier and hear the water lapping underneath. So romantic.
Do you have old buildings in your state that have survived di sasters and you find mysterious?