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 This propeller on display at the Mariner's Museum and Park is from the SS United States which was a record-setting trans Atlantic passenger liner built by Newport News Shipbuilding and Drydock Company in the late 1940s. Read the source & more about this propeller and the Mariner's Museum.
This photo is a close up of abandoned farming equipment on the West Rim Trail in Zion National Park. This was near or on our way to the Lava Point Overlook.
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