Three States Touch in This Spot
Nearby, the Tri-State Marker shows the spot where Nebraska, Wyoming and Colorado meet. The 1869 marker actually sits several hundred feet from where it was supposed to be, but it was easier to redraw the map than to move it. It became the official boundary between the states.
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