Days Gone – All Historical Marker Locations

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Historical Marker Locations

These markers are generally metal plates that you need to find and interact with. Interacting with all this plates will unlock The Broken Roadshow trophy.

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Grotto Caves – The Buried Caves

Caldera Reservoir – Bombs in the River

Rainbow Falls – Path of the Spirits

Peaceful Lake – Battle on the Misty Lake

Teller Cabin – The Horror House

Belknap Crater – Belknap’s Volcano

Salome Hot Springs – The Salt Springs

Belknap Caves – The Lava River Caves

Mckenzie Pass – Robber’s Pass

Indigenous Petroglyphs – Stories in Stone

Memorial of the Unknown Mailman – Pioneer Mailman

Three Fingered Jack Viewpoint – Old Hot Fingers

The Lava Arch – Lava River Cave

Berley Lake – The Moon Country

Moon Tree – Grown from Outer Space

Metolius Lava Cave – Distillery Cave

Architectural Memorial – The Community Builder

Booker-Hicks Logging Camp – The Wandering Timber Town

Camp Pioneer – The Grand Campsite

Lost Cabin Mine – The Goldmine

Crater Lake – The Volcanic Lake

Crater Lake – The Native American Legend

Outlaw Memorial – The Oregon Legend

Captain Jack – The Modoc Warrior

The 45th Parallel – The Halfway Point

Crater Lake – The Old Man of the Lake

Mazama Village – The New Deal Projects

Mazama Falls – The Silent Falls

The Phantom Ship – The Ghost on the Water

Camp Adair – The War Games

Gentleman Bandit Memorial – Poetic Justice

Bill “The Grey Fox” Miner – Oregon’s Worst Bandit

The Stagecoach Legend – Rushing for Gold

Japanese Balloon Bomb – The Casualties of War

Margaret Alice Miller – The Guardian Angel

Devil’s Lake – View of the Cascades

Waldo Lake – The Oregon Conservationist

Snowbrush Ranch – The First Alpaca Farm

Iron Butte Ranch – The Summer Marsh

Iron Butte – The Iron Mountain

Lucky Lad Mines – The Gold Rush Mines

Iron Butte Meteorite – Gift from the Sky

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