Trash

Visitors to the preserve leave refuse behind. Ranger Duncan examines trash left at New Trail mine. Union Pacific trains carrying goods east are targets for thieves. Robbers typically strike at night, making off with flat-screen TVs and other valuables. When Duncan arrived in 1997, the railroad was losing more than $1million a month there to robbers.
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( Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times )

Visitors to the preserve leave refuse behind. Ranger Duncan examines trash left at New Trail mine. Union Pacific trains carrying goods east are targets for thieves. Robbers typically strike at night, making off with flat-screen TVs and other valuables. When Duncan arrived in 1997, the railroad was losing more than $1million a month there to robbers.

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