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Nash Dinosaur Tracks

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Showing off fossils at the Nash property, 1941.

 

 

Nash Dinosaur Tracks

 

          You can see spectacular Nash Dinosaur Tracks in Granby, Massachusetts.  Nash Dinosaur Tracks was once a farm.  One day Plinty Moody found dinosaur tracks while plowing the fields.  He thought they looked like bird tracks.  They were called Noah’s bird tracks.  But they weren’t really bird tracks.  A hiker walking in the woods near Aldrich Lake also discovered similar tracks measuring three to fifteen inches in length.   Dinosaurs walked on some muddy shores leaving their footprints behind a million years ago.  Due to the people’s reaction to the different dinosaur tracks, Mr. Nash built his own small display room on Aldrich Street.  Over time, there were over 3,000 dinosaur tracks found.  In 1950, Carlton and his family operated a store and show room until 1960.  Nash Dinosaur Tracks is still here today and it is now run by Carlton Nash’s son, Kornel.  If you want some adventure go to it and see how many tracks you can find.

 

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Photo of the building at Nash Dinosaur Tracks.          Examining fossils and prints inside.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Other past photos of fossil prints at Nash Dinosaur Tracks.

 

 

 

Nash Dinosaur Tracks today.

 

 

 

 

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