It was known as Utah’s “Second City,” but in the hearts of those who lived there in the decade of the ’50s, Ogden was definitely number one. It was a time of great excitement and change.
Release date: Wednesday, August 6th, 2003
It was known as Utah's "Second City," but in the hearts of those who lived there in the decade of the '50s, Ogden was definitely number one. It was a time of great excitement and change. Dozens of passenger and freight trains arrived and departed the "Junction City" everyday. Many Ogdenites were involved in railroading, making Union Station a "happening" place. So, too, was nearby 25th Street. At the beginning of the decade, "two-bit" street was famous because of what went on in and above the many bars and other establishments. In this Utah in the '50s series, host Ted Capener takes viewers on a nostalgic trip down memory lane as he interviews numerous people who were anxious to share their memories about Ogden - one of Utah's most colorful cities.
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