Old tunnel is now a swale shute
You don't need any signs for that, if someone is going to trespass they will trespass anyway. A fence won't stop them, you know they sell some big cutters, they would just snip the fence away.All that a Do Not Enter sign would do would be to invite people to enter….especially when there is a missing piece of fence screening there…..
I am with you.That’s a picture of a real place judging by the picture. I think it would be cool to go out west to explore some old gold mines
True, a No Trespassing sign would look good, prototypical even…You don't need any signs for that, if someone is going to trespass they will trespass anyway. A fence won't stop them, you know they sell some big cutters, they would just snip the fence away.
An old, weathered, falling down no trespassing and or a do not enter sign would look great.
In some places signage would have been required just for the legality standard.
Down here, if you have property that you don't want hunted you have to post signs every so many feet on your trees.
Pennsylvania does that too, I don't know about other states or up where your at.
Of course there will be some who trespass and enter no matter what you do, but if your in compliance with the law they won't be able to sue you.
Or are not supposed to be able to.
When you can smell the stupid in the air run away I hear it’s contagiousTrue, a No Trespassing sign would look good, prototypical even…
And as we have seen, companies get sued for a ton of things that should really be common sense on the part of the plaintiff, but as we know, common sense is in very short supply these days….
I am with you.
I been watching this guy on you tube, he bought an old mining town way out in no where's land, overlooks Death valley.
If you can start at the beginning of his videos and he tells why.
He brings you in some of the mines, and is rebuilding the town.
He would like to eventually have his town set up so you can visit for a stay.
I find it all interesting, you may too?
Check him out if you want.
But check out his list of videos and start at the beginning, he tells you how and why.
He won't say how much he paid for it all, I think it is 400 acres total.
Map of the old mines have them all over, I think it is around 30 miles of old mines under the earth.
Edit, this may be his first video,,
Yes, he has the concrete footings in to rebuild the hotel.He's talking about Cerro Gordo which is just east of Keeler, which is on the east side of Owens Lake. Keeler was the terminus of the SPNG (ex-Carson & Colorado).
Cerro Gordo had a fire last year destroying several buildings: Fire in Cerro Gordo Ghost Town destroys several buildings - Sierra Wave: Eastern Sierra News
At one time the mill shipped silver bars in the 400 pound range to discourage theft.