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Waterfall Station, Wyoming - April 1999
Whenever possible, early track builders would
follow the lay of the land, and this location was
no exception, as the tracks were laid astride
the Ham's Fork as it snaked through hilly
outcroppings in the valley east of Kemmerer

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