All Aboard for a Day of Trains!

The railroad system brought about the towns of Douglas & Glenrock during westward expansion. Here is a tour for the train lover!
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Douglas took its beginnings along the railroad tracks, and trains continue to be an important part of the community’s culture and economy. They’re also reflected in many of the buildings and businesses across the community.

Train Safety: Safety is priority when viewing trains. Please remember to keep yourself and your property clear of the tracks. 

All Aboard!for a Day of Trains.

Douglas Railroad Museum

Douglas Railroad Museum
The historic depot was updated in 2018 and today features exhibits highlighting Douglas and the region’s railroad history. The building is listed on the National Historic Register and is surrounded by seven historic railcars including the Chicago Burlington and Quincy Railroad 4-8-4 Steam Locomotive #5633.
Stop One

Train-Themed Lunch!

Downtown Douglas, Wyoming
Let’s visit downtown Douglas! Two downtown restaurants in the Douglas community offer train themed menus; the Depot Restaurant & the Whistle Stop Mercantile.
Stop Two

Coal Trains in Action

Trains Converse County Wyoming
About 18 miles north of Douglas on Highway 59, trains can be seen crossing a bridge above the highway.
Stop Three

Bill, Wyoming - Penny's Diner

Penny's Diner
Penny’s Diner, at 3522 N. Highway 59 in Bill, is a great place for dinner, and is open 24 hours a day. The diner is adjacent to the Travelodge, a hotel built to accommodate railroad employees but open to the general public.
Stop Four

Lost Springs Train Viewing

Trains
Train enthusiasts enjoy Converse County! Stop in the community of Lost Springs, located along Highway 18/20. From the community park, trains can be seen making their way down the triple tracks.
Stop Five

Glenrock Train Bridge

Glenrock Town Park
Those traveling west toward Casper are encouraged to stop in Glenrock and see the 1911 train bridge that serves as the entryway to the community park. Need a break from the car? Take a stroll down the community pathway, built along the former route of the CB&Q railroad.
Stop Six


Alternate Route

Glenrock

Those traveling west toward Casper are encouraged to stop in Glenrock and see the 1911 train bridge that serves as the entryway to the community park. Need a break from the car? Take a stroll down the community pathway, built along the former route of the CB&Q railroad.

Fun Fact: The steam locomotive on display in Douglas was built in Burlington, Iowa in September 1940. It was in service until 1956.

Start Planning Your Visit!

Get ready for an unforgettable experience filled with memory-making moments in Converse County, Wyoming!