Category:Lucin Cutoff

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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Lucin Cutoff (en); ルーシン短絡線 (ja); Lucin Cutoff (nl) Brücke in den Vereinigten Staaten (de); pont situé aux États-Unis (fr); jembatan di Amerika Serikat (id); section of railway line Box Elder and Weber counties in Utah, United States (en); جسر في يوتا، الولايات المتحدة (ar); pont e Stadoù-Unanet Amerika (br); brug in Utah, Verenigde Staten van Amerika (nl)
Lucin Cutoff 
section of railway line Box Elder and Weber counties in Utah, United States
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Instance ofrailway line
Part ofOverland Route
Location Box Elder County, Weber County, United States of America
Located in or next to body of waterGreat Salt Lake (eastern part)
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Inception
  • 1904
Terminus
41° 13′ 01.2″ N, 112° 41′ 38.4″ W
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Media in category "Lucin Cutoff"

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