Monday, December 08, 2008

Geology of the National Parks Through Pictures - Golden Spike

My next post about the Geology of the National Parks Through Pictures is a fairly local park.




You can find more Geology of the National Parks Through Pictures as well as my Geological State Symbols Across America series at my website Dinojim.com.

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So our first foray into the wide world of Utah's National Parks is the Golden Spike National Historic Site. Why? Because it is close. And it was pretty fun, although in the middle of nowhere, literally.


The sign on the way into the park.


RR Crossing with the trains in the distance.



Me in front of the Jupiter



Veronica stopping the trains from colliding.



Veronica and I in front of the Jupiter.


The last rail laid for the Transcontinental Railroad.

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