I have photographed several National Historic Landmarks. What made Deadwood so exciting is that the entire town was designated as a National Historic Landmark for its well-preserved collection of late 19th century frontier architecture!
1- Fairmont Hotel
NIKON Z 7_2 --- 43mm f/8.0 1/80s ISO 64
2- Buffalo Bodega Complex
NIKON Z 7_2 --- 116mm f/8.0 1/25s ISO 64
3- Fairmont Hotel windows
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4- Main Street
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5- Bloody Nose Saloon
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6- Bullock Hotel
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NIKON Z 7_2 --- 14mm f/8.0 1/60s ISO 64
8- I don't want to turn this into a political post! But, a couple of the T-shirt shops definitely tried to stir the pot. T-shirts with a "stolen White House", extremely disturbing vulgarities toward Vice President Harris, "Biden Looney Tunes", Trump with his middle finger raised, etc. For retail stores, they definitely weren't trying to appeal to everyone!
NIKON Z 7_2 --- 200mm f/8.0 1/8s ISO 64
9- Another view of the Fairmont Hotel
NIKON Z 7_2 --- 16mm f/8.0 1/80s ISO 64
10- Bullock Hotel
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11- Wild Bill Bar
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12- Wild Bill Bar...site of the killing of Wild Bill Hickok
NIKON Z 7_2 --- 50mm f/8.0 1/30s ISO 64
A couple of other notes regarding my travels...
I stayed at the Hampton Inn on Main Street. This allowed me to walk to all of these locations at my convenience and to try to time the shots for the best possible lighting and with minimal crowds. During the offseason, the Hampton Inn was just $39 per night! The night after I left, the price went of to $215. The Hampton Inn is attached to a casino. I'm not much of a gambler, but they gave me $15 of "free play" when I checked in. I ran the free play through a slot machine and pulled $11 out of the machine. I then cashed out!