The  American Wild West
A Sand Sculpture Opera written and directed by Sultans Of Sand Worldwide. Produced by the City of Jesolo, Italy. Summer 2007
  Featured artist:
Mark Anderson - Weymouth, England
The Iron Horse

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conductor Choo-Choo progress Mark Anderson Workin' on the railroad students carving a train train
 Mark Anderson is one of my oldest and best friends in the sand business. Like myself, he is a second generation sand sculptor. He has a nice little permanent sand sculpture display operation in his home town on the south coast of England. He also tours doing his own jobs too. Mark is conscientious, dedicated and very hard working. He often goes above and beyond, by working overtime because he wants to make fine works of art, yet not feel rushed by time constraints. He is also one of the chief field engineers for Sultans Of Sand  See Marks own works & those of his own company at sculpturesinsand.com
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Iron Horse
The Iron Horse
by Mark Anderson. Weymouth, England
Photo by Weigand



 Arguably, the most significant man made contribution to the development of the west was the great railroads. This did not come easily or without considerable cost in terms of finance and the human factor. Many people died during the construction of the railways.
  Over the years during and since the transcontinental link was made, the railroad did have its hand full with bandits and marauding indians. But what it did for shipping and commerce made it possible for the westward expansion to be truly complete.






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