Oklahoma Dinosaurs

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Gage, OK
This Dinosaur is located at Jim's Metal Art Museum. Jim Powers passed away in 2006. He created his sculptures from junked automobiles. This dinosaur was made from tire rims. It was painted green just before this photo was taken in 2011. For more, see this website. [map]

Oklahoma City, OK (now Yukon, OK)
This 65-foot-long Dinosaur statue was built in 1996. It was constructed from fiberglass over rebar and wire mesh. The statue was visible from I-35 at Statuary World which had been there since 1974. The place closed in 2020 and everything was auctioned off. This statue was purchased for $5,000 and moved to Jameson's Discount Home Improvement Warehouse in Yukon, OK. It has been painted blue and is light with blue lights at night. [map]

Oklahoma City, OK
This Dinosaur sculpture, more formally known as Saurophaganax Maximus, was created by Solomon Bassoff-Faducci. It was installed in 2012 in front of the Patience S. Latting Northwest Library. The dinosaur holds books about insects. For more, see this website. [map]

Boise City, OK
This dinosaur's nickname, Cimmy, is a reference to its location in Cimarron County. The "Cimarronasaurus" sculpture was created by Joe Barrington. It is 65 feet long and 35 feet tall. The size was based on an Apatosaurus skeleton that was found in the area. The iron sculpture is installed at the Cimarron Heritage Center. It has been here since at least 1993. [map]

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