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Thread: For sale: Historic TIP TOP mine & ghost town located in Yavapai County, Arizona.

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    An early photo of building remains at Tip Top mine Arizona:
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    Late 1800's photo of Tip Top mine Arizona, with mill on right and mine office on left.
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    Great view there. Have enjoyed this series. Gonna get up there as soon as I can!

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    I too have been enjoying this thread. Thanks Joker for scanning in the old shots.

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    Late 1800's photo of the mill at Tip Top mine Arizona. Notice the rail track leading to the dump where the headframe currently is. Also notice the sawhorse leaning against the wall. Much evidence of all of this exists today.
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    Another late 1800's photo of the mill at Tip Top mine Arizona. Notice the mine office on the right.
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    That's a good one. I've really enjoyed this series.

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    Man! It is great!
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    Default Great thread

    I hadn't seen this before, but it is pretty interesting with lots of good photo's and history. I think the Willy's is a 1961. That was the first year with the undivided windshield. But what do I know, I drive a '60 and it has the divided windshield.

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    An older photo of houses at Tip Top mine Arizona:
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