A massive steam generator finished its slow crawl through California, Nevada and Utah this week, arriving at a low-level nuclear waste site 70 miles west of Salt Lake City.
It took 15 days to make the 852-mile trek from Southern California's San Onofre nuclear power plant. The 400-ton generator was hauled a trailer longer than a football field, driving no faster than 25 miles per hour.
The trailer took up two-plus lanes of traffic and was followed by a convoy of law enforcement vehicles. It traveled by night in California and by day in Nevada and Utah.