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Gold Road

Originally discovered in 1899, Gold Road mine has produced almost 700,000 ounces of gold.

Originally discovered in 1899, Gold Road mine has produced almost 700,000 ounces of gold.

Closed and developed as a tourism attraction in the late 1990s, the mine was reopened by Addwest, now Mojave Desert Minerals, in 2007 and poured its first gold bar in 2010.

Closed and developed as a tourism attraction in the late 1990s, the mine was reopened by Addwest, now Mojave Desert Minerals, in 2007 and poured its first gold bar in 2010.

Closed and developed as a tourism attraction in the late 1990s, the mine was repoened by Addwest, now Mojave Desert Minerals, in 2007 and poured its first gold bar in 2010.

Closed and developed as a tourism attraction in the late 1990s, the mine was repoened by Addwest, now Mojave Desert Minerals, in 2007 and poured its first gold bar in 2010.

The mine, located near Oatman on historic Route 66, has changed ownership numerous times, and has closed and reopened throughout the twentieth century.

The mine, located near Oatman on historic Route 66, has changed ownership numerous times, and has closed and reopened throughout the twentieth century.