Chase Creek, the main street in Clifton, Arizona, on a busy Sunday afternoon. The copper mine is still working, but at a greatly reduced rate due to cheaper imports.
Some Arizona DOT fellow must have had a sense of humor, allowing the Peyote Way Church of God to take responsibility for keeping a couple of miles of the U.S. Route 70 roadside clean.
In Clifton is this little narrow-gauge steam engine, called the Copper Head, which was one of the early ways of transporting copper from the mines to the smelter.

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