Stark's Knob - Photo Album Page Three

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Pillow lava - Stark's Knob Pillow lava - Stark's Knob Sign One
State Museum photo, detail of pillow lava formation, circa 1916 (Image Size = 45K) State Museum photo, detail of pillow lava formation, circa 1916 (Image Size = 62K) This cast metal entryway sign, in the format of a roadside State Historic Marker, will be located at the entrance to Stark's Knob Road at Route 4.
Sign four Sign two Sign three
This sign welcomes the visitor to the site, and will be located near the entrance to the quarry path. (Image Size = 52K) Placed within the quarry, this sign describes the formation of the feature in regional terms. Placed within the quarry, this sign will describe the rock formations.
Sign five Sign six fall foliage
This geological timeline will be placed within the quarry. This sign will go at the top of the Knob to indicate general history associated with the location.(Image Size = 64K) View from the top - October 2000 (Photo by Darryl Dumas)

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