Grand Junction may refer to:
- Grand Junction Road, a road through Adelaide, South Australia
- United Kingdom
- Grand Junction, Birmingham, England
- Grand Junction Canal
- Grand Junction Railway
- United States
- Grand Junction, Colorado
- Grand Junction, Iowa
- Grand Junction, Michigan
- Grand Junction, Tennessee
- Grand Junction Railroad in the Boston, Massachusetts area
Other articles related to "grand junction, grand, junction, junctions":
... Diamond Scenic and Historic Byway Interstate 70 between Grand Junction and the Utah state line ... between Fruita and Rangely The easternmost starting point of the Dinosaur Diamond (DD) begins in Grand Junction, Colorado, on Interstate 70 ... In the vicinity of Grand Junction are the White River, Uncompahgre, and Grand Mesa National Forests ...
... Grand Junction is a railway junction in Birmingham, England ... Birmingham New Street and is thus one of the busiest railway junctions in the UK ... It is the junction between the former London and North Western Railway line and the Midland Railway's lines to Bristol and Derby ...
... route then continued over Marshall Pass to Gunnison, Montrose, and Grand Junction, before entering Utah and proceeding to Salt Lake City and Ogden ... Tennessee Pass, rejoining the original narrow-gauge route at Grand Junction ... Narrow-gauge trains operated between Salida and Grand Junction until the Montrose-Grand Junction tracks were standard-gauged in 1906, truncating the narrow-gauge line to a Salida-Montrose route ...
... Worland, Wyoming (1938), Dallas, Texas (1940), Grand Junction and Littleton, Colorado (1940), Social Security Building, Washington, D.C, (1940 and 1942), Amarillo, Texas (1941), and Los Angeles ... Emerson’s second commission was for the post office and courthouse in Grand Junction, Colorado ... The building manager of the Aspinall Federal Building in Grand Junction had come across frequent references to the mural, but could not locate it ...
... by William Thomas Carpenter and several other prominent Grand Junction, Colorado, business men ... narrow gauge railroad was to haul coal from the Book Cliff mines owned by Carpenter to Grand Junction ... The road's cars and coaches were all built by Grand Junction craftsmen, except a few that were rented from the D RG on occasion ...
Famous quotes containing the words junction and/or grand:
“In order to get to East Russet you take the Vermont Central as far as Twitchells Falls and change there for Torpid River Junction, where a spur line takes you right into Gormley. At Gormley you are met by a buckboard which takes you back to Torpid River Junction again.”
—Robert Benchley (18891945)
“Everything in Italy that is particularly elegant and grand ... borders upon insanity and absurdityor at least is reminiscent of childhood.”
—Alexander Herzen (18121870)