12th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Railroad tracks from Fort Robinson, Nebraska.
History is the light. Fort Robinson, Nebraska was home to the largest cavalry facility in the west. During this era, railways were used for transportation of goods. They helped develop faster means of communication and travel to this largely active community and still bear a grand historical significance in the industrialization of the United States.
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