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Here's a video of Ash Hollow State Historical Park in western Nebraska. This is a lovely state park with lots of history. I visited the park in June 2017 while on a RV road trip following the Oregon Trail. See more of my journey at: http//jdawgjourneys.com
Documents a visit to a world class fossil locality in rural northern Nebraska. An eruption from the Yellowstone hot spot 11.8 million years ago (now located in Idaho) gradually suffocated then buried hundreds of animals near a small lake. Paleontologists from the University of Nebraska led by Dr. Mike Voohees have been excavating the site since the 1970's. A must see for fossil enthusiasts!
Located within the Oglala National Grasslands, Toadstool Geologic Park is named for its unusual toadstool shape formations. This arid sandstone badlands with its unworldly natural sculptures looks more like a movie set for Star Wars than a serene corner of Nebraska. More Nebraska Stories http://www.NETnebraska.org/nebraskastories
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Union Pacific 3977 or UP 3977 is a 4-6-6-4 steam locomotive originally owned by Union Pacific Railroad. Its counterpart, Union Pacific 3985, is the largest operating steam locomotive in the world. 3977 was donated to the City of North Platte, Nebraska for display on October 19, 1968. It is on display in Cody Park, next to EMD DDA40X #6922.
Crawford, Nebraska: What a Gold Mine! I really wish more people knew about the amazing attractions here such as: Fort Robinson State Park, the High Plains Homestead, Hudson-Meng Bison Kill Site, Toadstool Geological Park, and much more! Check out this video and we guarantee you will want to visit Crawford! We promise you'll be glad you did! It's just one of the 59 communities in the High Plains Compass Region.
Toadstool Geologic Park is said to be the "badlands of Nebraska" or the "desert of the Pine Ridge." The park is open 24 hours a day. Toadstool Park is north of Crawford, Nebraska; to get to the park, take Nebraska Highway 2/Nebraska Highway 71 to Toadstool Road. There is a 1-mile loop trail within the park. There are many fossils along the trail; removing fossils is not allowed. Many fossils of large prehistoric animals such as entelodonts and hyaenodons have been found here. Song is Ce Matin-lè by Air
The overlook at trailhead 3.
See more stories like this at http://www.NETnebraska.org/nebraskastories Visit Agate Fossil Beds National Monument. Agate Fossil Beds National Monument may have just celebrated its 50th year as a national park, but its diverse history may make it among the most interesting parks in the nation. Producer: Kay Hall
Toadstool Geologic Park gets its name from the bulky sandstone blocks balanced on seemingly impossibly narrow pedestals of sediment seen throughout the area. The sandstone blocks, many of which still bear tracks of extinct animals, are remnants from a river that flowed through the area over 30 million years ago, and subsequent weathering has broken the sandstone down into blocks. The rocks giving Toadstool its moonscape appearance were deposited by wind and streams between 45-26 million years ago. Extinct animals preserved at Toadstool Geologic Park include: tortoises, rhinos, birds (ducks, shorebirds, herons) , saber toothed cats, early dogs, large pig-like animals, oreodonts (sheep like), small tusked deer, early 3 toed horses, early camels, brontotheres (8 ft tall rhino-like), bats, s...
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