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American Roadside Attraction Dinosaur Land Lures Visitors

A big part of the American landscape of the middle 20th century was the roadside attraction - small zoos, amusement parks or quirky museums along the highways families traveled on their way to vacation destinations. Most of those attractions are gone, but one in Virginia, a couple of hours from Washington, called Dinosaur Land, is still going strong.   On a sunny afternoon, kids are climbing on the dozens of dinosaurs, large and small, that are posed around the park. Adults who came...

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