Golden Spike National Historic Site

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Railroads are important in the rise of American industry, and Golden Spike at Promontory Summit in Brigham City is witness to one of the greatest events in railroad history. On May 10, 1869, the first Transcontinental Railroad was completed, and Promontory Summit is where the Central Pacific and Union Pacific Railroads met. The historical site is named Golden Spike, which was the ceremonial spike which was driven into the point where the two railroads joined.

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Dang. The spike is actually in California 🙁
The “Brothers Road Trip”. The trains were in the shop. Davin, Bryan, & Paul Luoma 2018
The trains were in the shop but with paid admission ($10 per car) a self guided tour is included!
The “Brothers Road Trip”. East meets West! Brother #1 and #3 stand back to back at the point the two competing companies met. Bryan, Davin, & Paul Luoma 2018.
When YOU check in, YOU tell us which direction......?
The entrance sign (summer 2020)
Golden Spike
If you are within 100 miles you should come see Golden Spike.