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A close-up of the wash-out reveals buried posts that supported the old Barnwell and Searchlight Railway grade

A close-up of the wash-out reveals buried posts that supported the old Barnwell and Searchlight Railway grade I reach a brief detour down and around a washed-out section of this road and it occurs to me that this is an old railway gradeThumbnailsI pass an old road leading toward the Castle Peaks area, now closed by Wilderness markersI reach a brief detour down and around a washed-out section of this road and it occurs to me that this is an old railway gradeThumbnailsI pass an old road leading toward the Castle Peaks area, now closed by Wilderness markersI reach a brief detour down and around a washed-out section of this road and it occurs to me that this is an old railway gradeThumbnailsI pass an old road leading toward the Castle Peaks area, now closed by Wilderness markersI reach a brief detour down and around a washed-out section of this road and it occurs to me that this is an old railway gradeThumbnailsI pass an old road leading toward the Castle Peaks area, now closed by Wilderness markersI reach a brief detour down and around a washed-out section of this road and it occurs to me that this is an old railway gradeThumbnailsI pass an old road leading toward the Castle Peaks area, now closed by Wilderness markers

Perhaps drainage under the railway grade wasn't so good, hence the wash-out?