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The Lucin Cutoff is a railroad line which included a railroad trestle which crossed the Great Salt Lakemarker in Utahmarker. Built by the Southern Pacific Company between February 1902 and March 1904 across Promontory Point, it bypassed the original Central Pacific Railroad route through Promontory Summitmarker where the Golden Spike was driven in 1869. By going west across the lake from Ogden, Utahmarker to Lucin, Utah, it cut off 43 miles and avoided curvatures and grades. The trestle was eventually replaced in the late 1950s with a parallel causeway built under contract by the Morrison Knudsen construction company.

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