It was in this valley that the first dinosaur tracks in North America were found. The location that has produced more dinosaur tracks than any other location is the Nash Dinosaur Track Site and Rock Shop. It was discovered in 1933 and bought in 1939 by Carlton S. Nash. Since that time it has produced thousands of dinosaur tracks that have been sold to museums and private individuals all over the world. The Nash Dinosaur Track Site and Rock Shop is located about one mile from where the first dinosaur tracks in the Connecticut River Valley were found in 1802 by a farmer named Pliny Moody. Since Carlton S. Nash's death in 1997, his son Kornell Nash has carried on the work.
The only place I know of where you can walk amongst and touch dinosaur tracks. A quaint pocket of history. I thoroughly enjoyed it.
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Nash Dinosaur Tracks
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