Golden Spike National Historic Site marks the spot where the Union and Central Pacific Railroads converged on May 10, 1869, creating the nation's first transcontinental railroad.
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Policy Update Position on H.R. 5751, Golden Spike 150th Anniversary Act NPCA submitted the following position to members of the House Natural Resources Subcommittee on Federal Lands ahead of a hearing scheduled for May 22, 2018.
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Magazine Article Tracking Down History At Golden Spike National Historic Site in northern Utah, the National Park Service and a cast of dedicated volunteers revive the legacy of the first Transcontinental Railroad.