Outside information plaques.
From inside. Far too many stations to include here.
My late father was a Section Foreman for ten years for the Denver and Rio Grande. Saw, and used, many a caboose stove.
A local resident spent many years crafting these and donated them to the museum.
These are just a small part. Located on the 2nd floor.
A shot of the main depot.
I've always been fascinated with the Big Boys. What craftsmanship in this model.
And the real thing a few blocks away.
Two Wyoming mainstays.
And the state line. Lottery sales (Wyoming doesn't have a lottery) and a jiggle joint. Just nine miles South of Cheyenne.
Most years this picture would be in shades of brown. What an incredibly wet springs we are having.
I had originally went to see a restored 105 year old caboose but the exhibit hall was closed.
Warren AFB has a museum I would like to visit. You must get permission to visit ahead of time. I'm not smart enough to wade through all the various telephone systems to do so. Guess you need to be fluent in Air Force acronym language. If the Air Force's real goal is pissing off the public, they are doing a great job!
If you have a few hours and $7 (Seniors and Active Duty Military) this is a neat place to visit.