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Gage, Oklahoma: Brontosaurus

Weathered green Brontosaurus made of welded tire rims by Jimmy Dale Powers, who died in 2006.

Address:
317 1st St., Gage, OK
Directions:
On the southeast corner of OK-15/1st St. and Garfield St.
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The Brontosaurus is made from tire rims, painted green. If you happen to be traveling on OK 15, it is at the corner of Garfield Street and Highway 15. There is a metal tractor seat inside the sculpture.

[Jamie Kozlevcar, 01/05/2024]

There were once several sculptures on this corner, made of scrap metal from junked automobiles by Jimmy Dale Powers, who died in 2006. This is the only one still there.


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