This is a fantastic collection of AMERICAN built vehicles, machines and equipment. I would not call it a ghost town as much as a mining museum. Most of the equipment is stored outdoors and is rusty. Most of the vehicles are in terrible to poor condition with a few exceptions. but they are things you don't see every day, if ever. The smell and noise of the machinery adds to the experience. A great place if you like to take photos of old decrepit vehicles. I could have spent hours. I was a little disppointed that many of the most interesting vehicles (old buses) were not accessible but are stored in a huge barbed-wire protected storage yard visible as you approach the mine. My kids enjoyed the animals: a donkey, goats, rabbits hens, you can feed and pet them. WARNING the approach road is not paved and is very bumpy in parts. You might not want to take you shiny new car up there.. This is a not to be missed experience if you are in the area.
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