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Kansas Underground Salt Museum

Old rail cars are on display inside the Kansas Underground Salt Museum in Hutchinson, adjacent to the working salt mine where the cars have since been replaced by conveyor belts. The cars' rails, however, still remain, much like most all of the equipment taken down through the 645-foot-long mine shaft created in 1922 and 1923.


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