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18/51
Vandals have removed the boards off the back door, so I walk in and see old stairs to the basement Behind the house at Death Valley Mine is a tank presumably for stove and furnace oil, and an exterior bathtub roomThumbnailsOld knob-and-tube wiring once provided power to the light fixture outside the rear porch doorBehind the house at Death Valley Mine is a tank presumably for stove and furnace oil, and an exterior bathtub roomThumbnailsOld knob-and-tube wiring once provided power to the light fixture outside the rear porch doorBehind the house at Death Valley Mine is a tank presumably for stove and furnace oil, and an exterior bathtub roomThumbnailsOld knob-and-tube wiring once provided power to the light fixture outside the rear porch doorBehind the house at Death Valley Mine is a tank presumably for stove and furnace oil, and an exterior bathtub roomThumbnailsOld knob-and-tube wiring once provided power to the light fixture outside the rear porch doorBehind the house at Death Valley Mine is a tank presumably for stove and furnace oil, and an exterior bathtub roomThumbnailsOld knob-and-tube wiring once provided power to the light fixture outside the rear porch door

My first concern is that perhaps the vandals are living here, but they aren't. I've already seen that this house doesn't have a basement, so I'm guessing that these stairs lead to a cold-storage room. I don't descend to learn more.