The Traveler's Guide to Nuclear Weapons

Have you ever considered planning your vacation around the places that made nuclear history?
The Traveler's Guide to Nuclear Weapons illustrates 160 important homes, offices, laboratories, factories, mills, and bomb detonation sites in the United States. Scaled maps, photos, tour schedules, and site telephone numbers provide atomic tourists with all they need to visit these historic locations, vicariously or in person.

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Ted is not quite informed. I bought The Traveler's Guide to Nuclear Weapons. Holy crap, this CD book is seriously packed with the most amazing chunk of nuclear history I have ever seen! Lots of photos and maps. I'm surprised these guys were even allowed to publish this stuff!
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This just linked to some stupid ad for a CD about "secret nuclear sites" or some such drivel.

Was there actual useful info at that link?
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I see the Trinity monument up on front page. The Trinity site opens usually once a year for tourists. Some friends and I made a road trip there in 1995 for the 50th anniversary, arriving about 5:30 in the morning. There was a half-mile line of cars. There were quite a few people who worked at Los Alamos during the war, together with a fair many veterans and a pretty good number of Japanese tourists. There were also a bunch of incongruent hippies who sang peace songs and then threw fake blood on the monument--they didn't really fit in with the reverence that most other people had for the site.
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