Kiowa, Oklahoma: T-Rex Attacking Water Tower

Junk store features a scaled-down wooden water tower being gnawed by a skeletal T-rex, in a kid-sized wild west street.
Address:
Garfield Ave., Kiowa, OK
Directions:
North edge of town, on the southbound side of US Hwy 69/Garfield Ave. Across the highway from the Family Dollar store.
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T-Rex Skeleton Attacking Water Tower.

T-Rex Attacking Water Tower

What pulls you off the highway at the Kiowa Traders Depot is the slightly smaller-than-life town scene beside it, including a Western jail and saloon and a T-rex skeleton attacking an old wooden water tower. Rawwwr!

[MeganE, 07/15/2018]

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