Thomas Corrigan Park

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Corrigan Park is located in downtown Soda Springs, Idaho, on the north side of US Highway 30/State Highway 34. It is a pleasant spot to stop and have lunch. While there, you can visit the Galloping Goose and the Dinky Engine, two locomotives that have a part in the history of the town. Between 1922 and 1936 the Galloping Goose provided the only means of transportation for phosphate mine workers and others between Soda Springs and the town of Conda. Dinky Engine, a miniature locomotive, played a major role in the history of Caribou County by hauling supplies to the dam to build the Alexander Reservoir.

Open year round.

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Location

North side of US30/SH34, in the center of town.

Our address

Address:
181 S Main St, Soda Springs, ID 83276
GPS:
42.6550983, -111.60370849999998
Web:
http://www.sodaspringsid.com/index.asp?SEC=42C18250-B2D4-43B1-B87E-8EE569FBCAB8&DE=D8F4D95A-78D8-4C2E-A484-B8C7E24F0504&Type=B_BASIC