THE HEART OF CHEYENNE'S HISTORY
Come join us at the Depot as we are welcoming the return of Big Boy 4014 today at approximately 1:45pm mtn time.
They plan to arrive on track 1, which is the track closest to the depot. If all is clear you should be able to see the train come in from our back patio, this is subject to change as we can predict what the traffic may be and the timing.
Here is today's schedule:
Tuesday, September 7
39th & Wynkoop St.
Only street parking available Depart 8:00 a.m. MT
La Salle, Colo.
1st Ave. Crossing Arrival
Depart 10:40 a.m. MT
10:55 a.m. MT
10th St. Crossing Arrival
Depart 11:25 a.m. MT
12:10 p.m. MT
Steam Shop Arrival 1:45 p.m. MT
If you have any of following Please do not Enter the Museum-
COVID-19 symptoms including fever, coughing and shortness of breath, plus additional ones listed on the CDC website. Keep track of your symptoms, which may appear two to 14 days after exposure, and call to seek medical attention if your symptoms worsen, such as difficulty breathing.
If you think you may have been exposed to COVID-19, contact your health care provider immediately.
In 1993 the Union Pacific donated the building to the City of Cheyenne and Laramie County, and stabilization of the building was begun a year later. Since then, the building has undergone various stages of an extensive rehabilitation project. The first floor now houses the Cheyenne Depot Museum and a brewpub/restaurant. The upper levels house offices for various city and private concerns related to tourism, economic development and the museum.
The museum tells the story of the Cheyenne beginnings during the construction of the Transcontinental Railroad, the Union Pacific Depot and the Railroad it is named after. You can view the Union Pacific Main Yard from the Coupler addition on the west end of the Depot, and experience more of the history of the Cheyenne Depot Museum.
The Depot Museum and Plaza has become the cultural and entertainment hub of Downtown Cheyenne, striving to provide educational programming and events in conjunction with the City of Cheyenne that enrich the community. We thank you for your support and invite you to view our calendar of events!
The Cheyenne Depot Museum is a private 501c(3) nonprofit organization working to maintain the National Historic Landmark structure known as the Historic Union Pacific Cheyenne Depot. We receive no City, State, or Federal operational funding, and as such rely on the support of our members, event patrons, museum visitors, and contributors to help generate funding to ensure the proper care and maintenance of the building. Please contact us to learn about ways you can preserve this treasure for future generations.
We are located at 121 West 15th Street in Downtown Cheyenne, Wyoming 82001. We are one block south of the Lincoln Hwy (Lincolnway) and right near the corner of Hwy 85.
To celebrate the spirit, teamwork, optimism and sacrifices of the men and women who built and are the life of the Union Pacific Railroad, the Cheyenne Depot and the City of Cheyenne.
To provide a sensory, emotional and historical journey into the perennial and enduring allure of the railroad. Visitors will leave infused with a deepened understanding of those who built and traveled the transcontinental rails, an understanding of the evolution of the modern rail industry, and a fresh and personal identification with the inspiring railroad story.
Cheyenne Depot Museum
121 W. 15th Street
Cheyenne WY 82001
Funding has been provided to The Cheyenne Depot Museum from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) as part of the 2020 Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act of 2020