The   Wyoming   Division   is   a   large   HO   gauge   model   railroad   club   layout   in   a   3,750   square   foot   building   in   Cornville,   Arizona   near Sedona   that   faithfully   models   the   Union   Pacific   from   Cheyenne,   Wyoming   to   Ogden,   Utah.      The   specific   era   is   1957   featuring   the very   interesting   huge   steam   engines   of   the   Union   Pacific,   the   turbines,   and   early   diesels   pulling   long,   through   trains   that   require helper service up Sherman Hill and the Wasatch Mountains. 
Click on map to enlarge  Click on map to enlarge  Click on map to enlarge Track Plan Top Level Track Plan Lower Level Track Plan Hidden Level  2017 Verryl Fosnight and Wyoming Division Historical Society. All right reserved. Welcome To The Wyoming Division Historical Society  Modeling the Union Pacific from Cheyenne, Wyoming to Ogden, Utah.
New Video for Wyoming Division Layout (In three parts) Videographer Ken Meade and Allen Montgomery made this video in 3 parts. It follows two freight trains, one eastbound and one westbound. It covers most of the layout, and especially the upper level where the scenery and structures are nearing completion. The track plans of the upper and lower levels are shown periodically to mark the areas videoed.
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