World's Largest Fork
A 35-foot-tall fork stuck in the ground outside an office building in Missouri.
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This 35-foot tall, 11-ton fork stands shining in front of an office building in Springfield, Missouri, tines sticking into the ground.
The fork was once a fixture outside a restaurant at 3662 S Glenstone Ave. (now a Prima’s Mexican Grill), but when the restaurant closed down, the firm Noble & Associates relocated it outside their office. The towering eating utensil is worth a drive-by and a quick picture.
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It's not visible from the main road, but you can find it by driving through the parking lot a little bit.
May 31, 2014
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