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Covered Wagon Sculpture


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Covered Wagon Sculpture A covered wagon and life-size team of bronze oxen attract attention along Highway 99, south of Westmoreland.

The sculpture is the centerpiece of the Oregon Trail Park At Scott Springs, once a camp site for travelers on the Oregon Trail.


Address: Highway 99

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Covered Wagon Sculpture

A covered wagon and life-size team of bronze oxen attract attention along Highway 99, south of Westmoreland.

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