On both sides of its crossing with the Old Spanish Trail the roadbed has been reduced to a spread out, rough gravel area.
Tecopa Railroad's roadbed
the roadbed again bends west and begins a more rapid descent into the Tecopa Station area. At Milepost 1.1 the current Old Spanish Trail Highway covers the route of the tracks.
The old roadbed went through the copse of trees at the current triangle road junction, bending north to join onto the siding of the T&T in front of the station area. Area residents say the trees in the triangle were planted in the 1960's.
Tecopa Station area and Junction with the T&T
See Frank Green's photograph - TWH0061a .
From atop a small hill just south of Tecopa Station, a possible location of the division yards is found in the open flats.
There is a water source and windmill stand just at the far center as well as other old dwellings in the trees at mid left. Somewhere in this area the T&T, Tecopa RR, or both had a large water tank.
Tecopa and yards (?)
Just east of the T&T's roadbed, is a vantage point to see the remains of the concentrating mill used by the Tecopa Consolidated Mining Company.
The uppermost 'structure' is a large cement water tank.
Tecopa Consolidated Mining's
This hillside is where Frank Green stood to take a photograph of the morning train to Beatty while passing the TCM mill.
T&T north bound train
Upon turning around, a magnificent view can be seen of the Upper Amargosa Canyon with the T&T's R.O.W. along the eastern side and on down through the Red Cut.
Down into the
But that's part of the T&T's story and the Amargosa Canyon Walk.