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As I climb the Kelso-Cima Road grade, train tracks are always to my right near the road on a raised bed After my 45-minute break at Kelso Depot, I begin the next segment of today's ride: Kelso-Cima Road toward the New York MountainsThumbnailsAfter 3.8 miles, I pass Globe Mine Road, where I camped for three nights a few days agoAfter my 45-minute break at Kelso Depot, I begin the next segment of today's ride: Kelso-Cima Road toward the New York MountainsThumbnailsAfter 3.8 miles, I pass Globe Mine Road, where I camped for three nights a few days agoAfter my 45-minute break at Kelso Depot, I begin the next segment of today's ride: Kelso-Cima Road toward the New York MountainsThumbnailsAfter 3.8 miles, I pass Globe Mine Road, where I camped for three nights a few days agoAfter my 45-minute break at Kelso Depot, I begin the next segment of today's ride: Kelso-Cima Road toward the New York MountainsThumbnailsAfter 3.8 miles, I pass Globe Mine Road, where I camped for three nights a few days agoAfter my 45-minute break at Kelso Depot, I begin the next segment of today's ride: Kelso-Cima Road toward the New York MountainsThumbnailsAfter 3.8 miles, I pass Globe Mine Road, where I camped for three nights a few days ago

Sometimes the tracks are high enough to significantly impair the view of the Providence Mountains in the background.