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Photos marked as were added from 30 June 2018.


Country
Province
State
Place
Location
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United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
 Cody was founded by one of the most famous characters of the West, (Buffalo) Bill Cody.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
 The Irma Hotel was built by Buffalo Bill and named after his youngest daughter.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
 Post office.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
 Cody is a town close to Yellowstone.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
 Typical USA supermarket.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
 Honey, jams and spreads.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
 Alcohol.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
 Saloon bar.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
 Sign outside a bar.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
 Recycling box for glasses.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
 Stampede Park is the site of the Cody night rodeo.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Night Rodeo
 Coral for bulls.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Night Rodeo
 Opening ceremony.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Night Rodeo
  Group of riders.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Night Rodeo
 Riders exiting.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
 The Buffalo Bill Centre is a collection five museums on the edge of town.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
 Statue of Buffalo Bill outside the Buffalo Bill Centre.
United States of America
Wyoming
Cody
Buffalo Bill Museum
 The Buffalo Bill Museum is one of five in the Buffalo Bill Centre. It features exhibits about the life of William F Cody.
United States of America
Wyoming
Shoshone Canyon
 The Buffalo Bill Dam at the narrowest point of the canyon.
United States of America
Wyoming
Shoshone Canyon
 A group of houses.
United States of America
Wyoming
Shoshone Canyon
 Houses on the valley floor.
United States of America
Wyoming
Grand Teton National Park
 Ranch near the village of Moose.
United States of America
Wyoming
Grand Teton National Park
Moose
 The Chapel of the Transfiguration in the village of Moose.
United States of America
Wyoming
Jackson
 The town centre.
United States of America
South Dakota
Custer
 Custer is a small town.
United States of America
South Dakota
Custer
 Government building.
United States of America
South Dakota
Custer
 Bar.
United States of America
South Dakota
Keystone
 Keystone is a small town.
United States of America
South Dakota
Keystone
 Row of restaurants.
United States of America
South Dakota
Rapid City
 Corner in Rapid City, one of the largest in South Dakota.
United States of America
South Dakota
Rapid City
 Street scene.
United States of America
South Dakota
Rapid City
 Drive through ATM.
United States of America
South Dakota
Rapid City
 Statue of Bill Clinton, one of many US presidents on the city's street corners.
United States of America
South Dakota
Rapid City
 Detail of statue of Thomas Jefferson and the Declaration of Independence.
United States of America
South Dakota
Rapid City
 Tree-lined street.
United States of America
South Dakota
Rapid City
 US style Post boxes.
United States of America
South Dakota
Rapid City
 Sports bar.
United States of America
Utah
Summit Park
 Small community with a Mormon church.
United States of America
Utah
Summit Park
 Union Pacific locomotives.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
 Salt Lake City is the largest city in and the capital of Utah.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
 Downtown.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
 Shopping mall.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
 The city trams.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
 The Downtown area is packed with offices and shops.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
 Macy's store, one of the most famous in the USA.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Joseph Smith Memorial Building
 The Joseph Smith Memorial Building is named after the founder of the Mormon religion.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Joseph Smith Memorial Building
 The elegant entrance.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Joseph Smith Memorial Building
 Stained glass windows.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Joseph Smith Memorial Building
 The entrance hall.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Joseph Smith Memorial Building
 Chandelier.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Joseph Smith Memorial Building
 View of Temple Square, the heart of the city, from the tenth floor.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Joseph Smith Memorial Building
 Temple Square and the mountains around the city.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Temple Square
 Temple Square is the two block centre of the Mormon religion in the centre of the city.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Temple Square
 The Assemby Hall resembles a church and is used for public prayer.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Temple Square
 The Assemby Hall ceiling with flowers.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Temple Square
 Mormon place of worship reflected on an office building.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Temple Square
 Hyram and Joseph Smith, the founders of the Mormon religion.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Temple Square
 The Temple is topped by a golden statue.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Temple Square
 Golden statue on the Temple.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Temple Square
 Non-Mormons are not allowed inside the Temple.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Temple Square
 Quotes from the Mormon founders praising the US Constitution.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Temple Square
 Apostles giving the power of healing to the Mormon founders.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Temple Square
 Joseph Smith and his wife, Emma.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Temple Square
 The Church Office Building is the adminstrative centre of the Mormon faith.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Temple Square
 The entrance to the Church Office Building.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Temple Square
 Statue showing Jesus giving the right of Baptism to the early Mormon prophets.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Temple Square
 Bronze statues.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Temple Square
 Temple Square contains several buildings set in a garden.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Temple Square
 The Ten Commandments.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Temple Square
 Statue in the grounds of Temple Square.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Temple Square
 Religious painting.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Temple Square
 The second Mormon president, Brigham Young lived in Lion House with some of his wives. It is now a Mormon restaurant.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
Beehive House
 Beehive House was home to Brigham Young and his principal wife as well as his office.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
 Street corner with older buildings.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
 Downtown street.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
 Police car.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
 Iron structure over a street.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
 Floating astronaut.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
 High rise building.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
 Cheesecake Factory.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
 Street scene.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
 Zion Bank.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
 Pedestrian area.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
 Supermarket.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
 Fast food centre.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
 Drive through McDonalds.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
 Many of the city's large blocks are car parks.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
 Pedestrian coveredway.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
 Downtown street.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
 Small church in the suburbs.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
 Council Hall.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
 State Road leads to the state capitol.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
State Capitol
 The State Capitol of Utah.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
State Capitol
 The classical style building dates from 1916.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
State Capitol
 The dome.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
State Capitol
 The inside of the dome.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
State Capitol
 The interior is marble.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
State Capitol
 The debating chamber.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
State Capitol
 Second Mormon President, Brigham Young was a state governor.
United States of America
Utah
Salt Lake City
State Capitol
 Columns and a staircase.

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