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Before heading back to camp, I ride 3/4 mile down the service road alongside the train tracks toward Kelso Dunes A large trough just outside the shed looks like it was intended to collect water pumped from the wellThumbnailsI'm not seeing new points of interest along the service road, so I cross the tracks and ride back up to SandsA large trough just outside the shed looks like it was intended to collect water pumped from the wellThumbnailsI'm not seeing new points of interest along the service road, so I cross the tracks and ride back up to SandsA large trough just outside the shed looks like it was intended to collect water pumped from the wellThumbnailsI'm not seeing new points of interest along the service road, so I cross the tracks and ride back up to SandsA large trough just outside the shed looks like it was intended to collect water pumped from the wellThumbnailsI'm not seeing new points of interest along the service road, so I cross the tracks and ride back up to SandsA large trough just outside the shed looks like it was intended to collect water pumped from the wellThumbnailsI'm not seeing new points of interest along the service road, so I cross the tracks and ride back up to Sands

The road is sandy, but traction is fairly good, at least on this part. I wonder if this road could be ridden all the way to Kelso Depot.

None of my maps show this road as continuous all the way along the tracks to Kelso Depot, perhaps because it's a private road owned by the railway company.