With rails of the first transcontinental railroad laid near Cheyenne in 1867, our capital city can be considered the quintessential railroad town of Wyoming. From the historic depot that is the cornerstone of the plaza downtown to the Big Boy Steam Engine on display in Holiday Park, modern-day Cheyenne is still a thriving railroad community.  For fun with the whole family, hop aboard the Cheyenne Steamers Miniature Train Ride or tour the Terry Bison Ranch by train.

With an abundance of historical significance, be sure to visit some of our most beloved railroad attractions.

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