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I check out one of several debris piles at Rex Mine and find an ornate electrical socket The only signs marking one's arrival at Rex Mine are these no-camping and no-campfires signThumbnailsAn old Copenhagen tobacco lid rusts quietly amongst other, less identifiable, cans at the old Rex Mine siteThe only signs marking one's arrival at Rex Mine are these no-camping and no-campfires signThumbnailsAn old Copenhagen tobacco lid rusts quietly amongst other, less identifiable, cans at the old Rex Mine siteThe only signs marking one's arrival at Rex Mine are these no-camping and no-campfires signThumbnailsAn old Copenhagen tobacco lid rusts quietly amongst other, less identifiable, cans at the old Rex Mine siteThe only signs marking one's arrival at Rex Mine are these no-camping and no-campfires signThumbnailsAn old Copenhagen tobacco lid rusts quietly amongst other, less identifiable, cans at the old Rex Mine siteThe only signs marking one's arrival at Rex Mine are these no-camping and no-campfires signThumbnailsAn old Copenhagen tobacco lid rusts quietly amongst other, less identifiable, cans at the old Rex Mine site

This quasi-Victorian design seems rather fancy for a place as utilitarian as this.