Wednesday, August 29, 2012
Wednesday in Wyoming -- August 29, 2012
Railroads were a key force in developing Wyoming and were responsible for the settlement of a number of cities, including Cheyenne. If you go to Douglas, not only can you learn more about trains at the Railroad Interpretive Museum, but as a bonus, you get to see the town's most famous resident, the jackalope. The museum has a number of different types of train cars, everything from engines to dining cars and sleepers, and they're all open to the public.