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Pottawattamie County: Council Bluffs
GPS Coordinates: 41.259766 by -95.851700

Bayliss Park Monuments
Bayliss Park is a beautiful spot in downtown Council Bluffs with a number of veterans memorials. Shown below are a "defenders of flag" monument erected by the WRC in 1926, a monument commemorating the early travel on the Morman Trail erected by the DAR and a Spanish-American War monument. On the east side of the square is the Veterans Plaza with a wall of those that lost their lives in wars including the Civil War. The outstanding Union Pacific Railroad Museum is across the street on the south side of the park. Bayliss Park is at 1st Avenue and S. 6th Street. Photos taken 9/1/08.

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