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Salduro


Photograph of Salduro area

Library of Congress. Via Wikimedia Commons

Salduro (113.86W 40.74N) was a potash mine located in western Utah near the Nevada border. The potash deposits took the form of salt flats and brine marshes in the ancient lake bed of Lake Bonneville, the prehistoric ancestor of the Great Salt Lake. Production was about 101,000 tons per year early in the war, but themine was closed in 1944.

Rail connections

Magna

Wendover Field


References

OnlineUtah.com (accessed 2011-4-3)
U.S. Geological Survey (accessed 2008-7-11)


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