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Behind the house at Death Valley Mine is a tank presumably for stove and furnace oil, and an exterior bathtub room The house is very warped, and a glance inside one of the "basement windows" explains whyThumbnailsVandals have removed the boards off the back door, so I walk in and see old stairs to the basementThe house is very warped, and a glance inside one of the "basement windows" explains whyThumbnailsVandals have removed the boards off the back door, so I walk in and see old stairs to the basementThe house is very warped, and a glance inside one of the "basement windows" explains whyThumbnailsVandals have removed the boards off the back door, so I walk in and see old stairs to the basementThe house is very warped, and a glance inside one of the "basement windows" explains whyThumbnailsVandals have removed the boards off the back door, so I walk in and see old stairs to the basementThe house is very warped, and a glance inside one of the "basement windows" explains whyThumbnailsVandals have removed the boards off the back door, so I walk in and see old stairs to the basement

Note the "Shell Oil" engraving on the tank. Oil drums like these were once common on the east coast in towns where old stoves for heating, cooking and hot water burned oil.