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Marlow, Oklahoma: Scrap Iron Outlaw

Larger-than-life and faceless, but he has a black hat so you know he's bad. Built by the Marlow High School Class of 2015.

S. 4th St., Marlow, OK
Downtown, on the southwest corner of W. Main Ave. and S. 4th St.
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Scrap Iron Outlaw.

Scrap Iron Outlaw

He stands strong, but he's looking a little rusty. You can still see class of 2015 written on his belt

[Janelle, 04/06/2023]

Scrap metal outlaw.

Iron Outlaw Statue

The statue was built by the Class of 2015 from Marlow High School. The students made it from iron. The Marlow mascot is the Outlaws, so it fits perfectly.

[Vanessa McPherson, 08/12/2015]

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