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  • Abandoned/tour mines

    Does anyone know any good sites to check out abandoned or tour mines? I remember visiting some when I lived in SoCal and when I was in Nevada.

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    Re: Abandoned/tour mines

    Don't know of any sites. Google is probably going to be your friend. But I do know that the Calico Ghost Town is just 2 hours away from Disneyland and they do have a mine there that can be toured.

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      Re: Abandoned/tour mines

      Jerome, Arizona. Actually, I've never gone to the actual mine, but if you're ever in central Arizona, this is a neat place to go to. It's kind of funny to see all the old buildings there from when it was a "big city" since now it's really small.
      "Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah, Zip-a-Dee-Ay,
      Home sweet home is the lesson today."

      You're wrong, Brer Rabbit, why would I want to be home when I can be at Disneyland?!?

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