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Saltair: A Photographic Exhibit
Western Railway
Passengers rode the Salt Lake, Garfield, and Western Railway, which went to and from Saltair every forty-five minutes beginning at 9:30 am, to escape for a day of leisure at Saltair. The train ride itself was all part of the fun.

"Whole trains spontaneously burst into song."
Wallace Stegner, McCormick's Saltair

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