Hardman, Oregon

Hardman, Oregon

Amid the fallen-down structures there are buildings which have been restored to their original clapboard. Free-ranging animals and abandoned old vehicle remnants add to an atmosphere of strangeness. Hardman is a class D ghost town which means it is a semi ghost town with a small resident population and many abandoned buildings.

The town hall has been refurbished with the help of funds from the state. Hardman has a small but active membership in the Hardman Community Center. Stop in and enjoy the Oyster Feed in October, and don’t forget their Hunter’s breakfasts in the old Town Hall building during Hunting season.

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Hardman, Oregon

Prints by Charlene Collins

These prints started out as photographs. From the photos, she created polaroid transfers which she then scanned and manipulated in Photoshop. They were then enlarged and printed, as a limited edition, as giclees.
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Hardman, Oregon

Directions:
From Pendleton, go twenty-three miles southwest on U.S. 395, then take State 74 thirty-seven miles to Heppner. Go eleven miles southeast on 206/207, take southern fork (207) another 9 miles to Hardman.

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Hardman, Oregon



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