Engine 1242
Steam locomotive #1242 is on display at the Botanic Gardens in Lions Park.
Credit: Matthew Idler
Oldest Locomotive in Wyoming
Wyoming's oldest locomotive was built in 1890 and is displayed at Cheyenne's Botanic Gardens.
Credit: Matthew Idler
Ol' Sadie
Surrounding the engine is a unique train folk art fence hand-constructed by Floyd Young, Sr., the last engineer to drive Ol' Sadie.
Credit: Matthew Idler
World's Largest Steam Engine
Big Boy is on Display in Holliday Park
Credit: Matthew Idler
Today's Trains
A freight train rolls past the Historic Depot in Cheyenne.
Credit: Matthew Idler
Big Boy
The 4004, the world's largest steam locomotive, is one of the eight remaining Big Boys on display throughout the country.
Credit: Matthew Idler
Fence Art
A folk art fence surrounds Engine 1242 at the Botanic Gardens.
Credit: Matthew Idler
Fence Around 1242
Signs along the fence tell the story of the 1242, on display at the Botanic Gardens in Lions Park.
Credit: Matthew Idler
Eastbound
A train in Pine Bluffs, Wyoming. Train buffs will enjoy this common sight.
Credit: Matthew Idler
Challenger
The Union Pacific #3985 is the world's largest operating steam engine. It is stored at Union Pacific facilities in Cheyenne.
Credit: Matthew Idler
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