Crystal Inn Brigham City
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCrystal Inn Brigham City
This hotel was very clean and very well maintained. The staff went out of their way to assist you and make you comfortable. Very nice breakfast. A very nice choice for our stay.
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Wed Oct 1st drove out to Promontory Summit location of the Central Pacific & Union Pacific Railroads met on May 10, 1869.
Watched as they moved the two replicas from storage shed onto tracks as they had done in 1869.
Then continue west for 5 miles along rail beds. ...
... never again. We had to walk about ½ mile to get to the water, which is stinky and there is a layer of brine shrimp and flies to wade through. The lake is about 5 times saltier than the ocean, which makes it real easy to float. In fact, it is hard to keep your feet down underneath you. There is a paved road around the island and there is a herd of about 600 buffalo on the island. ...
... with a year (17, 28, 35) molded into the head of the nail. The year is to track how old the timber is, to track when was the last time the tie or beam was replaced.
The rails of most of the abandoned routes were pulled up during WWII for the war effort but the road bed remains.. Also along the road bed there are 3 Y's.. A Y is 2 sections of track that allows a Locomotive to turn around… the Y’s are used to allow a ...
... engine, that an engine plus the tender is called a Locomotive . . . a train isn't called a train until it has cars . . .
We drove to Salt Lake City Saturday where we attended a Home Show . . . We got back to Brigham City in time for the End of Season Potluck for Staff and Volunteers of Golden Spike . . . It was held at The Depot which is an antique Train Depot (over 100 years old) . . . See ...
... the story..
I’ve wanted to better understand Steam Locomotives as that’s my reason for being here… and Connie has experience with the federal system so she has security clearance and does computer work, logging reports, putting data into charts.. etc… and she’s collected hundreds of photos to be shared by the staff here…. So we both seem to fit… and hopefully this stay will ...