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  • Steam train rolls in at Utah's Golden Spike historic site

    No. 119 is one of two replicas of 1860s steam trains at Golden Spike National Historic Site in northern Utah. The site marks the spot where America's first Transcontinental Railroad was completed in May 1869. The two trains chug back and forth from their display spots for visitors once a day. Video taken July 2, 2016.

Steam train rolls in at Utah's Golden Spike historic site

No. 119 is one of two replicas of 1860s steam trains at Golden Spike National Historic Site in northern Utah. The site marks the spot where America's first Transcontinental Railroad was completed in May 1869. The two trains chug back and forth from their display spots for visitors once a day. Video taken July 2, 2016.
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