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I ride the Nipton-Brant Road two miles along the train tracks to get back to Nipton The power-line road goes right under the train tracksThumbnailsResting at my tent at Nipton: the pinkish glow of the desert sunset is always a welcome end of the dayThe power-line road goes right under the train tracksThumbnailsResting at my tent at Nipton: the pinkish glow of the desert sunset is always a welcome end of the dayThe power-line road goes right under the train tracksThumbnailsResting at my tent at Nipton: the pinkish glow of the desert sunset is always a welcome end of the dayThe power-line road goes right under the train tracksThumbnailsResting at my tent at Nipton: the pinkish glow of the desert sunset is always a welcome end of the dayThe power-line road goes right under the train tracksThumbnailsResting at my tent at Nipton: the pinkish glow of the desert sunset is always a welcome end of the day

Signs warn that this road is unmaintained, and it is washboarded, but it's no worse (right now at least) than some of the maintained dirt roads in Mojave National Preserve.