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ⓘ Atolia, California




                                     

ⓘ Atolia, California

It was at the site of a tungsten mine that started production about 1905. The community was named after two mining company officials, Atkins and DeGolia. At one time there were 2000 people living there.

Atolia was on the railway line Randsburg. Was once a dairy, a movie theater, and a bucket of blood salon. But, since 2007, commercial operations were abandoned.