No, old faithful is a geyser.
Old Faithful is located in northwestern Wyoming as part of a geothermal area, the Upper Geyser Basin, located in Yellowstone National Park. Old Faithful and the Upper Geyser Basin were formed as part of the Yellowstone Caldera during the Lava Creek eruption about 640,000 years ago.
Old faithful is located in Wyoming.
Old Faithful is a geyser, not a volcano.
The duration of Old Faithful is 300.0 seconds.
Old Faithful is in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming
Old Faithful is a Geyser in Yellowstone National Park. USA.
The Old Faithful geyser is in Wyoming, in the US.
Yes, Old Faithful is an active geyser.
Old Faithful Inn was created in 1903.
Old Faithful Lodge was created in 1923.
Old faithful is a geyser not a tree.... retard
old faithful works by pressure build up and over heated water so the water shoots out like old faithful does.
Rarely do geysers erupt consistently at predictable times, but you can pretty much rely on Old Faithful's erupting at regular intervals.
Old Faithful and other geysers are formed when fractures in deep rocks allow ground water to percolate into rock that is still being heated by magma, or has not yet cooled. The water boils until the steam pressure is high enough to force a column of boiling water back up to the surface.
The Old Faithful geyser is in the Yellowstone National Park.
Old Faithful is probably the most photographed geyser in the world.
Old Faithful shoots from 106 feet to 180 feet.
Old Faithful Geyser is located in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming.
I presume you mean the famous geyser called 'Old Faithful'. It is in North America.
Old Faithful is located in North America in Yellowstone National Park.
if Old Faithful is the name of something then yes. if its just a way to describe something then no.
Eurycleia was the name of Odysseus's faithful old nurse.
Old Faithful - 1935 is rated/received certificates of: UK:A