Look up close and personal to a section of the Lucin Cutoff. Once a railroad line crossing the Great Salt Lake, this piece served countless trains between 1904 and the late 1950s. Today it stands tall in the entrance of the Utah State Railroad Museum, welcoming visitors as it once welcomed trains. Learn about the story of the Lucin Cutoff and see the weathered effect of 50 years of service.
The Lucin Cutoff Trestle Exhibit is made possible by the Utah State Legislature, the Dr. W. C. Swanson Family Foundation, the Junior E. and Blanche B. Rich Foundation, the Samuel C. and Myra G. Powell Foundation, and the Trestlewood Great Salt Lake Chemical Company.