If you can remember your American history, the point where the Union Pacific and the Central Pacific came together, after a feverish railroad building race, is basically out in the middle of what is no place, near Corinne, Utah. A lot of effort has been put into re-establishing the various rail beds leading up to the point, as well as very nice exhibits in the building and a re-enactment of the moment, completely with speeches, train whistles and costumes. It's rather a hike out there from Salt Lake City, but a rather energetic reminder of what was going on just after the Civil War in the US in terms of the country trying to tie the entire place together with the rail road.
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