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This photo is looking west at Monument Point. An Historic place where the emigrants of 1841 went around the point in the center of the photo and the Central Pacific Railroad built 10 miles of track in one day in 1869, that is still a record. After the railroad was constructed evaporation ponds were built on these white flats to procure salt that was hauled by the railroad.