Interstate 80 in Southeastern Wyoming. (June 1998)
Interstate 80 Parking Area signage. This was a bad attempt at humor, No parking in a parking area?!? (June 1998)
From Andy - "This lone brick house is located along the south side of Interstate 80. I believe this is related in some way to the communications along the railroad -- some sort of telephone transformer or something like that. Anyone else have any ideas? They are fairly evenly spaced along the railroad. When I lived in Green River, Wyoming, I remember one subdivision of that town had a plot of land that had one of these brick buildings built on it rather than a normal house! Pretty weird." (Photo from June 1998)
Red Desert - June 1998
This picture shows the progression of transportation in Wyoming.
First the Union Pacific Railroad, then the Lincoln Highway (U.S.
30), and finally Interstate 80 (Just like in Nebraska). (June
Red Desert 2 (June 1998)
Rock cuts along Interstate 80 near Rock Springs.(June 1998)
Green River Gorge from LH corridor (August 2001)
South Plateau - Looking south of I-80 between Ft. Brigder and Evanston (August 2001)
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