Anchorage, Alaska: Earthquake Park Monument

In Earthquake Park along the bike trail, there's a monument to the 9.2 magnitude shaker that struck on March 27, 1964.
Aircraft Dr., Anchorage, AK
Earthquake Park. Park at pulloff on Aircraft Dr. just west of West Northern Lights. The monument is along the trail looking out over the water.
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Earthquake monument made of large granite blocks of increasing sizes.

Earthquake Park Monument

This monument remembers the big one that hit on Good Friday in Alaska.

[Adam Scott Lankford, 05/10/2007]

The Great Alaska Earthquake, a Richter Scale magnitude 9.2, was March 27, 1964, and people still haven't forgotten it.

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