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Enchanted Highway, Dickinson, ND

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Roadside giants are often
solitary figures. Not so with the Enchanted Highway just off Interstate 94,
roughly 20 miles from Dickinson. Conceived by local resident Gary Greff in 1993,
the Tin Family was the first sculpture to grace the verge. Standing up
to 45 feet tall, the figures were crafted from storage tanks and scrap metal.
Since then, six more surreal installations have joined the display, including Geese
in Flight
, Fisherman’s Dream, and most recently, 40-foot-tall Pheasants
on the Prairie
. —Adam McCulloch

dickinson, nd

America's Strangest Roadside Attractions

Enchanted Highway, Dickinson, ND

Roadside giants are often
solitary figures. Not so with the Enchanted Highway just off Interstate 94,
roughly 20 miles from Dickinson. Conceived by local resident Gary Greff in 1993,
the Tin Family was the first sculpture to grace the verge. Standing up
to 45 feet tall, the figures were crafted from storage tanks and scrap metal.
Since then, six more surreal installations have joined the display, including Geese
in Flight
, Fisherman’s Dream, and most recently, 40-foot-tall Pheasants
on the Prairie
. —Adam McCulloch

Layne Kennedy/Corbis

America's Strangest Roadside Attractions

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