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The seismograph station in Payson was on more than 20,000 acres and
had several structures, including two underground bunkers. It was
used to monitor nuclear blasts around the world from 1963 to 1975.
The site -- where the county yard is now -- was selected for its
relative "quietness" in regard to seismographic activity


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