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Entrance to McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park, Scottsdale, Arizona USA
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McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park is located in Scottsdale, Arizona right on Scottsdale Road. The 100 acres for the Park was donated to the City of Scottsdale by the Fowler McCormicks in 1967. After political wrangling the Park ended up with 30 acres. Guy Stillman and others founded the Scottsdale Railroad & Mechanical Society to raise funds for the Park's creation. The feature attraction is the 5/12 Paradise and Pacific Railroad which offers rides to the public.
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Hochgeladen: 05/06/2011
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