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A single abandoned house is all that remains here at the former settlement of Ivanpah The signs behind me warned that the road would turn sharply to the left after crossing the tracksThumbnailsI've read that this house was once used as a general store and is now owned by the National Parks ServiceThe signs behind me warned that the road would turn sharply to the left after crossing the tracksThumbnailsI've read that this house was once used as a general store and is now owned by the National Parks ServiceThe signs behind me warned that the road would turn sharply to the left after crossing the tracksThumbnailsI've read that this house was once used as a general store and is now owned by the National Parks ServiceThe signs behind me warned that the road would turn sharply to the left after crossing the tracksThumbnailsI've read that this house was once used as a general store and is now owned by the National Parks ServiceThe signs behind me warned that the road would turn sharply to the left after crossing the tracksThumbnailsI've read that this house was once used as a general store and is now owned by the National Parks Service

I'll make a quick stop here to take a look at the old house, which I didn't do when passing by during previous Mojave National Preserve trips.