Taft, California’s fastest growing city last year, is the site of the largest bronze statue in California, the 40-foot Oilworker Monument that honors the men who built Kern County's oil industry. The monument, sculpted by Taft native, Benjamin Victor is located on Sixth Street, near a greenbelt, was erected in 2010.
Taft, California’s fastest growing city last year, is the site of the largest bronze statue in California, the 40-foot Oilworker Monument that honors the men who built Kern County's oil industry. The monument, sculpted by Taft native, Benjamin Victor is located on Sixth Street, near a greenbelt, was erected in 2010. Jose Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com
Taft, California’s fastest growing city last year, is the site of the largest bronze statue in California, the 40-foot Oilworker Monument that honors the men who built Kern County's oil industry. The monument, sculpted by Taft native, Benjamin Victor is located on Sixth Street, near a greenbelt, was erected in 2010. Jose Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com
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