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The old rails from the mine tunnel end at the edge of the tailings pile A trickle of rusty, contaminated water exudes from a tunnel in the hillside above the mine tailingsThumbnailsI climb a bit up the slope around the mine up and consider going all the way up to the New York Mountain ridgeA trickle of rusty, contaminated water exudes from a tunnel in the hillside above the mine tailingsThumbnailsI climb a bit up the slope around the mine up and consider going all the way up to the New York Mountain ridgeA trickle of rusty, contaminated water exudes from a tunnel in the hillside above the mine tailingsThumbnailsI climb a bit up the slope around the mine up and consider going all the way up to the New York Mountain ridgeA trickle of rusty, contaminated water exudes from a tunnel in the hillside above the mine tailingsThumbnailsI climb a bit up the slope around the mine up and consider going all the way up to the New York Mountain ridgeA trickle of rusty, contaminated water exudes from a tunnel in the hillside above the mine tailingsThumbnailsI climb a bit up the slope around the mine up and consider going all the way up to the New York Mountain ridge

Looks like a suicide gesture to me. "Sleeping-head Rock" is seen again here at the right. Awesome views across the desert to the Castle Peaks area from here.