Notes on the Geography of Oklahoma: Norman 10: Mt. Williams
Mt. Williams was the tongue-in-cheek name given to the mound of earth built during the Second World War as a backstop for the Navy's shooting range.
The mountain in all its glory, but also in its last days. Earthmovers were preparing the site for the University Town Center, a Supertarget its first tenant.
In the distance, Interstate 35.
Shall we go closer?
The concrete wall sheltered targeting machinery.
A view from the other end.
Down in the trenches: gears to hoist targets.
Three years later.
Plenty more to come.
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