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CB&Q Depots: Sheridan, WY

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Chicago, Burlington and Quincy tracks entered Sheridan on November 22, 1892. CB&Q saw Wyoming as the best route for a second transcontinental line through the northern Rockies. They also wanted timber, iron and coal.

Randy Harvey [HARV] took these photographs of the preserved CB&Q stations in Sheridan. They are excellent examples for railroad architectural of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The wood framed depot was built in 1892, and the imposing brick structure was built in 1912.

Enjoy these studies of western railroad architecture!
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About the Author

About Randy Harvey (HARV)
FROM: WYOMING, UNITED STATES

I have been in the modeling hobby off and on since my youth. I build mostly 1/35 scale. However I work in other scales for aircraft, ships and the occasional civilian car kit. I also kit bash and scratch-build when the mood strikes. I mainly model WWI and WWII figures, armor, vehic...