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A drawing of the proposed new Quarry Visitor Center in Dinosaur National Monument.

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Dinosaur National Monument plans move forward

Officials to use stimulus funds to rehab Quarry Visitor Center

In July 2006, "significant life, health and safety issues" forced the closure of the Quarry Visitor Center in Dinosaur National Monument, officials said. Since then, monument staff has been working to get the quarry wall - which contains about 1,500 dinosaur bones - open to the public again.


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