Universal Studios (Florida)

27:Fifty visits Universal Studios in Florida. Join host Jim Welch as he briefly gives a tour of Universal Studios, in Orlando, Florida. In "The Window Below," chief archaeologist Wilburn A. "Sonny" Cockrell gives viewers a glimpse of early civilizations living in the Florida area thousands of years ago.  Quilt-maker Dottie Moore shows her love for the environment, and the earth, in the quilts she makes. An abandoned strip mine known as "Henry's Knob," in York County, South Carolina, holds visual environmental wonders, as well as collectible rocks, such as pyrite. Steam locomotives helped shape U.S. history, and today, are still symbols of awe and wonder. 

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The Window Below | 27:Fifty
The Window Below | 27:Fifty

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Mineral Springs Health Spa today serves a dual purpose. The spa not only provides a soothing tonic for those suffering from arthritic pain, but also provides a window to the past. Join chief...
Dottie Moore - Quilt-Maker | 27:Fifty
Dottie Moore - Quilt-Maker | 27:Fifty

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Master quilt-maker Dottie Moore weaves beautiful quilts with intricate patterns. Moore expresses her feelings about the environment and the earth through her quilts.
Henry's Knob | 27:Fifty
Henry's Knob | 27:Fifty

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Producer Brady Brandwood, of York County, South Carolina, believes there is beauty to be found in an abandoned strip mine. Henry’s Knob has experienced environmental changes over the years, and those...
Steam Locomotives | 27:Fifty
Steam Locomotives | 27:Fifty

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Steam locomotives (like the Jules Verne train used in one of the “Back To The Future” movies) helped shape the U.S. into what it is today. Some steam trains are still in operation today, and visitors...