Harmony Borax Works
Harmony Borax Works Interpretive Trail, Furnace Creek, CA 92328, USA
About Harmony Borax Works
An abandoned borax mine. They became famous through the use of large twenty-mule teams and double wagons which hauled borax through the long overland route to the closest railroad in Mojave, California.
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