Fort Steele 150th Anniversary Celebration Series--Mining in Carbon County: A Storyboard Walk August 4, 2018 12:00 AM Just Off Of I-80, Exit 228 Sinclair, WY 82334 US Get Directions Details Wrapper Description Description Present Day Carbon County is rich with natural resources, scenic vistas, rivers and streams that early settlers and Indians used to survive. As towns sprang up near the railroad, coal mining became one of Wyoming?s largest industries. Coal was in high demand to supply locomotives traversing the country and provided an economic boon. Take a look at local coal mines and other area mines on storyboards throughout the site. For more information call Steve Horn, 307-320-3013 or email email@example.com. Related Content Experience Cowboy Living at Lazy L&B Ranch Near Jackson Hole Create Your Own Adventure in Sweetwater County 12 Things to Do in Wyoming’s Star Valley What’s Your Snowmobiling Personality?