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Approaching the Good Hope Mine at the end of the middle fork of Globe Mine Road, Mojave National Preserve Just before arriving at the mine sits a concrete platform on the side of the roadThumbnailsI look down at the remains of a structure up at the mine siteJust before arriving at the mine sits a concrete platform on the side of the roadThumbnailsI look down at the remains of a structure up at the mine siteJust before arriving at the mine sits a concrete platform on the side of the roadThumbnailsI look down at the remains of a structure up at the mine siteJust before arriving at the mine sits a concrete platform on the side of the roadThumbnailsI look down at the remains of a structure up at the mine siteJust before arriving at the mine sits a concrete platform on the side of the roadThumbnailsI look down at the remains of a structure up at the mine site

This final stretch of road is really eroded and grown-in, but is clearly still used occasionally, as evidenced by the recent tire tracks in the sandy dry stream that crosses the road.

A web site that I found claims that the name of this mine is the Good Hope Mine, but it is unnamed on all of my maps.