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Lonely Nipton-Moore Road dips down to cross numerous drainage washes as it crosses the desert alongside the train tracks At the Ivanpah Road railroad crossing, I make a right turn toward Nipton on the dirt road (Nipton-Moore Rd) that hugs the tracksThumbnailsI have almost 20 miles to ride on this road until I reach Primm and end the day (and this year's trip)At the Ivanpah Road railroad crossing, I make a right turn toward Nipton on the dirt road (Nipton-Moore Rd) that hugs the tracksThumbnailsI have almost 20 miles to ride on this road until I reach Primm and end the day (and this year's trip)At the Ivanpah Road railroad crossing, I make a right turn toward Nipton on the dirt road (Nipton-Moore Rd) that hugs the tracksThumbnailsI have almost 20 miles to ride on this road until I reach Primm and end the day (and this year's trip)At the Ivanpah Road railroad crossing, I make a right turn toward Nipton on the dirt road (Nipton-Moore Rd) that hugs the tracksThumbnailsI have almost 20 miles to ride on this road until I reach Primm and end the day (and this year's trip)At the Ivanpah Road railroad crossing, I make a right turn toward Nipton on the dirt road (Nipton-Moore Rd) that hugs the tracksThumbnailsI have almost 20 miles to ride on this road until I reach Primm and end the day (and this year's trip)

The train tracks however are on raised bridges to keep them from washing away during flood periods.