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Trails Center ‘Artifacts’ Exhibit Opens Wednesday
The National Historic Trails Interpretive Center will host an exhibit about Wyoming’s rich archaeological and cultural resource heritage next month, according to a prepared statement. The traveling exhibit, “Artifact — A Cultural Geography,” opens Wednesday and continues …
Riding The Little Rails; Trails Center Hosts Passenger Train Exhibit
For more than a century, people rode the rails to get from one place to another in Wyoming and beyond. This week, the National Historic Trails Interpretive Center, 1501 N. Poplar St., hosts an exhibit of model trains to give a small and enjoyable glimpse at how people traveled. Trains connected citi…
Pony Express Rides Into, Through And Out Of Casper
The Pony Express held a technological shelf life in the early 1860s for about as long as an unpopular smart phone nowadays. But from April 3, 1860, to Oct. 21, 1861, it stood as a transportation marvel for moving mail — $5 for a letter — 2,000 miles in about 10 days through now eight […
Pony Express Rides Through Casper June 19th
The 36th annual re-ride of the Pony Express National Historic Trail will pass through Casper on Friday, June 19, at approximately 10 a.m., at the Bureau of Land Management’s National Historic Trails Interpretive Center. Free admission to the Trails Center is offered all day. Visitors should a…

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