English: Media related to the Lucin Cutoff, a 102-mile (164 km) railroad line in Utah which runs from Ogden to its namesake in Lucin. The most prominent feature of the cutoff was a 12-mile (19 km) long railroad trestle crossing the Great Salt Lake, in use from 1904 until the late 1950s, and since replaced by a rock and dirt causeway.
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Media in category "Lucin Cutoff"
The following 56 files are in this category, out of 56 total.
- Great Salt Lake by Sentinel-2 (Original 10m Res).jpg 15,097 × 14,347; 147.81 MB
- Great Salt Lake by Sentinel-2.jpg 7,536 × 7,180; 38.85 MB
- Great Salt Lake Causeway Map 2016.jpg 2,500 × 569; 322 KB
- Great Salt Lake ISS 2003.jpg 996 × 976; 248 KB
- Lucin Cutoff aerial.jpg 3,645 × 4,590; 2.15 MB
- Lucin cutoff of Great Salt Lake by Sentinel-2.jpg 3,618 × 2,140; 3.14 MB
- Mid Lake Station Great Salt Lake Souithern Pacific Railroad.JPG 1,324 × 905; 650 KB
- Salt Lake Utah.jpg 3,738 × 5,100; 3.37 MB