Franklin-yellowstone marker

According to Susan Hawkes, director of the Franklin Relic Hall, this arrow is the last known marker of hundreds that that once pointed visitors to the newly created Yellowstone Park. It was red and sat atop the once-yellow stone.

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Perched upon a large stone once painted yellow at 277 Parkinson Road in Franklin, a long rusty arrow points north.

According to Susan Hawkes, director of the Franklin Relic Hall, that arrow is the last known marker of hundreds that that once pointed visitors to the newly created Yellowstone National Park.

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