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Image ID: 841947
Title: Historic Gold Mining Keysville District
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Album: Winter in California
Categories: Industrial | Landscape  | Rural Life  
Keywords:

Gold mining, historic, industrial, corrugated steel building, falling apart, Keysville, CA, Walker Cabin Keysville, snow on grass, landscape, rural life, California, MarciFree

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Submitted: Dec 05, 2010 2:59 AM
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Camera: FUJIFILM FinePix F40fd
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Part of the historic Walker Cabin in Gold Mining Keysville district near Lake Isabella, California, which was a very active industry here from late 19th Century. The public land is just dotted with many gold mines, prospects, and even today there are some active mining claims. Unfortunately, this building made of corrugated steel, although historic marker, is falling into disrepair as there is no money available from the government

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angela perdicaro wrote 3 years ago (Dec 18, 2010 10:23 AM EST)
Good photo. It too bad it is not being restore. Maybe this photo will raise public aware of the mine and how important for it to be restore. Angela

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