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I approach the train tracks that cross Ivanpah Road I stop near the top of the Ivanpah Road hill just before the train tracks to enjoy the views behind meThumbnailsThe signs behind me warned that the road would turn sharply to the left after crossing the tracksI stop near the top of the Ivanpah Road hill just before the train tracks to enjoy the views behind meThumbnailsThe signs behind me warned that the road would turn sharply to the left after crossing the tracksI stop near the top of the Ivanpah Road hill just before the train tracks to enjoy the views behind meThumbnailsThe signs behind me warned that the road would turn sharply to the left after crossing the tracksI stop near the top of the Ivanpah Road hill just before the train tracks to enjoy the views behind meThumbnailsThe signs behind me warned that the road would turn sharply to the left after crossing the tracksI stop near the top of the Ivanpah Road hill just before the train tracks to enjoy the views behind meThumbnailsThe signs behind me warned that the road would turn sharply to the left after crossing the tracks

This is the same freight-train line that passes by Kelso Depot and which I parallelled on the climb up Kelso-Cima Road several days ago.