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It obviously required a lot of work to slice the old Ivanpah railway grade through the hills a century ago Here I am now at the old Ivanpah railway grade, which I never got around to visiting while passing by on previous tripsThumbnailsPiling the earth for the raised Ivanpah railway bed in low areas would have been as much work as cutting through the hillsHere I am now at the old Ivanpah railway grade, which I never got around to visiting while passing by on previous tripsThumbnailsPiling the earth for the raised Ivanpah railway bed in low areas would have been as much work as cutting through the hillsHere I am now at the old Ivanpah railway grade, which I never got around to visiting while passing by on previous tripsThumbnailsPiling the earth for the raised Ivanpah railway bed in low areas would have been as much work as cutting through the hillsHere I am now at the old Ivanpah railway grade, which I never got around to visiting while passing by on previous tripsThumbnailsPiling the earth for the raised Ivanpah railway bed in low areas would have been as much work as cutting through the hillsHere I am now at the old Ivanpah railway grade, which I never got around to visiting while passing by on previous tripsThumbnailsPiling the earth for the raised Ivanpah railway bed in low areas would have been as much work as cutting through the hills

Those were other times, a mining boom, not so different in some ways from today's "tech" boom.