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The Chinese Helped Build the Railroad --- The Railroad Helped Build America

Presented by Chinese Railroad Workers Descendants Association and Golden Spike 150 at Park City Library, Park City UT

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May 01 - 31 2019
The Chinese Helped Build the Railroad --- The Railroad Helped Build America

Chinese Railroad Workers in North American Project at Stanford University

Chinese Railroad Workers in North American Project at Stanford University is a traveling exhibit that uncovers the stories of thousands of Chinese migrants who worked on the transcontinental railroad.

ADMISSION INFO

Free Admission

LOCATION

Park City Library

1255 Park Avenue, Park City, UT 84060

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  1. I live in UK and am doing several rail-tours in USA between 23 August and 15 October 2019., visiting Salt Lake City mid September 2019. As I do not have my own transport, is it possible to visit the Golden Spike location by public transport or by a local bus/coach tour?
    I appreciate that all the celebrations, in May 2019, will have finished by then – will there be much to see during such a visit?

    Reply

    • Hi Stuart, please contact the Spike 150 team for answers to your questions: https://spike150.org/contact/
      Thanks, Now Playing Utah

      Reply

  2. Is there a presentation by a historian made at 10 AM each day? Or is this a display of photos and script that one reads and looks at from 9 AM to 9 PM?

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    • Hi Donald, please call the Park City Library for more information on this exhibit: (435) 615-5600
      Thanks, Now Playing Utah

      Reply

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