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Smith Mansion, Cody Wyoming

Smith Mansion, Cody Wyoming

Wyoming's dizzying Smith Mansion is rumored to be built over a mine shaft or by the hands of a madman or as a perverse joke, but the truth is that it is simply the work of a man who could not stop building.

Smith Mansion

The Smith Mansion, Wapiti Valley, Near Yellowstone in Wyoming.

Smith Mansion in Wapiti Valley, Wyoming

Smith Mansion in Wapiti Valley, Wyoming

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One man's ambition created this psychedelic log home

Discover Smith Mansion in Cody, Wyoming: One man's ambition created this psychedelic log home.

75 feet tall, it’s hard not to see the Smith Mansion on your drive into Yellowstone National Park. Like a twisted version of the log cabin, the mansion was constructed by Francis Lee Smith as a family home. He used a large sampling of logs to construct this crazy structure, adding on wherever he saw fit. And (as you can probably tell) Smith used no blueprints to raise the building.

The Smith Mansion Wapiti Valley, Wyoming Designed by Francis Lee Smith

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Discovered on the New York Times , we couldn't help but smile at this Wyoming landmark. Built by Francis Lee Smith over the course of m.

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wapiti, Wyoming heading to Yellowstone national park. I lived about a mile away from this!

Discovered on the New York Times, we couldn't help but smile at this Wyoming landmark. Built by Francis Lee Smith over the course of more than a decade, the house was once intended to be a family home but seemed to be fixed under perpetual construction. Its location in Wapiti Valley, Wyoming lend it an added sense of asylum - an escape from society and reality. See more at The New York Times.

Discovered on the New York Times, we couldn't help but smile at this Wyoming landmark. Built by Francis Lee Smith over the course of more than a decade, the house was once intended to be a family home but seemed to be fixed under perpetual construction. Its location in Wapiti Valley, Wyoming lend it an added sense of asylum - an escape from society and reality. See more at The New York Times.

Abandoned Smith Mansion, Wapiti, Wyoming.

Abandoned Smith Mansion, Wapiti, Wyoming.

Smith Mansion, Cody Wyoming

Smith Mansion, Cody Wyoming

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Smith Mansion

Discover Smith Mansion in Cody, Wyoming: One man's ambition created this psychedelic log home.

Smith Mansion  Though the Smith Mansion looks more like it was home to cowboys rather than royalty, it still is a quite spectacular abandoned structure. Not to mention it may be big enough to qualify as a castle. When it was built there were no blue prints, just what was in Francis Smith’s imagination. In fact, his ghost may still be lurking around the property seeing as he died from falling off one of the balconies.

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Smith Mansion outside of Cody, WY @Katrina Alvarez Phillips remember when we climbed in this thing!?

Smith Mansion outside of Cody, WY Alvarez Alvarez Phillips remember when we climbed in this thing!

It's hard to not to drive past The Smith Mansion on the Buffalo Bill Cody Scenic Byway, just outside Yellowstone National Park and wonder...

Take a peek inside Yellowstone's abandoned mansion

It's hard to not to drive past The Smith Mansion on the Buffalo Bill Cody Scenic Byway, just outside Yellowstone National Park and wonder.

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