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Apparently, Tough Nut Mine was truly luxurious, with two toilets in the outhouse rather than just one The outhouse here at Tough Nut Mine is a concrete structureThumbnailsNot far from the outhouse at Tough Nut Mine rest some rocks and a tiny wooden cross to mark a grave siteThe outhouse here at Tough Nut Mine is a concrete structureThumbnailsNot far from the outhouse at Tough Nut Mine rest some rocks and a tiny wooden cross to mark a grave siteThe outhouse here at Tough Nut Mine is a concrete structureThumbnailsNot far from the outhouse at Tough Nut Mine rest some rocks and a tiny wooden cross to mark a grave siteThe outhouse here at Tough Nut Mine is a concrete structureThumbnailsNot far from the outhouse at Tough Nut Mine rest some rocks and a tiny wooden cross to mark a grave siteThe outhouse here at Tough Nut Mine is a concrete structureThumbnailsNot far from the outhouse at Tough Nut Mine rest some rocks and a tiny wooden cross to mark a grave site

Culturally speaking, we're not used to two toilets in the same room unless significant partitions have been built between them, so this is an interesting arrangement here.