The establishment of the Union Pacific Railroad in the year of 1868 through Wyoming led to the development of modern railway systems in the state. The various railroad companies helped in the growth of the tourism industry in Wyoming. The railway lines transfer the freight goods from one area to another. The Amtrak Thruway Motorcoaches cater to the railway services of Wyoming. The Wyoming State Map identifies the important railway stations of the state.
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Locations in the Map
OTHER TOWNS/CITIES : Cody, Basin, Worland, Moran Jct. Dubois, Jackson, Alpine, Crowheart, Daniel, Afton, Kemmerer, Pinedale, Big Piney, Little America, Riverton, Lander North Platte, Alcova, Douglas, Rock River, Larame, Lovell, Dayton, Buffalo, Ten Sleep, Thermopolis, Sundance, Moorcroft, Upton, New Castle, Powder River, Glenrock, Orin, Glendo, Lingle, Torrington, Chugwater, Green River, Lyman, Rock Springs, Medicine Bow, Saratoga, Cheyenne.
NEIGHBOUR STATES:Montana, Idaho, South Dakota, Utah, Colorado, Nebraska.