A Mining Camp Without a Peer (Bingham, Utah)

"A million cubic yards means nothing to the ordinary man, but if it was loaded onto a string of heavy ore cars you would count 40,000 before the string had passed, and they would, coupled, occupy 380 miles of track. The yearly load would fill a train extending for 19,000 miles, three fourths of the journey round the equator."
(1915 Scientific American)

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