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100 S 7th St, Rich Hill, MO 64779-1589
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The2Goods wrote a review Aug 2016
Pleasant Hill, Missouri80 contributions35 helpful votes
Huge coal shovel with information on how it was made, used and got to this little park. A fun trip off the highway. Our two grandsons, ages 10 and 11 both enjoyed standing in the shovel and see the bridge and caboose next to it. Free, a little odd and still interesting!
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Date of experience: July 2016
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Lastrick wrote a review Apr 2016
Egg Harbor, Wisconsin547 contributions121 helpful votes
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We saw this on Roadsideamerica.com and it was along our journey so we pulled of at the exit, drove through a very small town, turned left after the railroad tracks and there it was ! I stood inside and my wife took a photo. Then we put our motorhome up close to it. We could fit the front inside the shovel....it's that big. Nice side stop on our way north.
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Date of experience: April 2016
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Marta - David R wrote a review Sep 2015
Adrian, Missouri130 contributions46 helpful votes
44 ton shovel. Look at a pic, it will save you the bug bites on your legs. The park down the street is a beautiful place. The town is pretty dead. Roads are real tore up, kinda looks like a old ghost town. Not a whole lot here.
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Date of experience: September 2015
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Katherine E wrote a review Jul 2015
Allen, Texas21 contributions9 helpful votes
Only stop here if you're already exited to stop for gas or a break. It is a really huge old coal bucket shovel that I suspect they didn't want to move so turned it into a monument.
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Date of experience: July 2015
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TopwaterBass wrote a review Jul 2015
Centralia, Missouri104 contributions18 helpful votes
Big Mouth, World's Largest Coal Shovel sits just across the street from city all for Rich Hill, Mo. This Shovel was used to shovel coal. The Shovel by its self weights 44 ton. Nice little stop to stretch your legs and take some pictures. There is also a caboose on the site.
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Date of experience: June 2015
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