In addition to a depot and a Harvey House next to the tracks that served the railroad, Bagdad also had a café, a small hotel and a service station on the highway that serviced traffic on old Route 66 and was a watering hole for miners in the area.
There are 17 graves at Bagdad, ten of which have wooden crosses or the remains of wooden markers with no information. Some of the graves are rings of stones or mounds of dirt and all of the graves seem to be very old. One grave, possibly two, seem to have been excavated. The cemetery has a perimeter fence of nine wooden stakes with a single strand of barbed wire and overall the cemetery is in poor condition.
San Bernardino County
Created by: Zen
Record added: Jul 07, 2008
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