Half Moon Bay, California: Dinosaurs of Spanish Town
Small metal dinosaur statues stand along the highway.
- Hwy 92, Half Moon Bay, CA
- From Highway 101 in San Mateo, head west on Highway 92 until you reach the outskirts of Half Moon Bay. Dinosaurs on left.
Dinosaurs of Spanish Town
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On narrow and winding Highway 92, heading west from San Mateo into Half Moon Bay, just before reaching the downtown area, is a place called Spanish Town. In front, along the highway, are a family of huge metal dinosaurs, rusting, but still in good condition. Spanish Town is home to several artists.
[Jan Norwood, 10/25/2005]
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