Small (5.25" W x 2.05" H): $7.00
Large (6" W x 2.29" H): $9.00
Available in Black or White.
The narrow gauge Uintah Railway (UR) was called "The Crookedest Railroad in the World" - and it lived up to its name. The UR main line featured curves up to 66%, and grades up to 7.5%. The UR was created in 1904 to haul valuable Gilsonite from quarries near Watson in Eastern Utah 63 miles to Mack, CO. The UR later added scenic passenger excursions featuring the memorable climb over Baxter Pass (elev. 8547). For 15 years the UR also carried huge dinosaur bones quarried at Dinosaur National Monument to the D&RG Railroad main line at Mack. The greatly increased use of trucks to haul the Gilsonite forced the UR to cease operations in 1939.
Our sticker was inspired by the hand-drawn lettering on the first-class passenger tickets for the Uintah Railway.