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The old "cabins" at the Rex Mine site are actually old railway boxcars An old Copenhagen tobacco lid rusts quietly amongst other, less identifiable, cans at the old Rex Mine siteThumbnailsIt looks like a tiny flat-roofed addition, just big enough to be a closet, was built on to the near cabinAn old Copenhagen tobacco lid rusts quietly amongst other, less identifiable, cans at the old Rex Mine siteThumbnailsIt looks like a tiny flat-roofed addition, just big enough to be a closet, was built on to the near cabinAn old Copenhagen tobacco lid rusts quietly amongst other, less identifiable, cans at the old Rex Mine siteThumbnailsIt looks like a tiny flat-roofed addition, just big enough to be a closet, was built on to the near cabinAn old Copenhagen tobacco lid rusts quietly amongst other, less identifiable, cans at the old Rex Mine siteThumbnailsIt looks like a tiny flat-roofed addition, just big enough to be a closet, was built on to the near cabinAn old Copenhagen tobacco lid rusts quietly amongst other, less identifiable, cans at the old Rex Mine siteThumbnailsIt looks like a tiny flat-roofed addition, just big enough to be a closet, was built on to the near cabin

The cars were probably removed from service down at Kelso, the nearest train station, and brought up the hill to this site.