Worland, Wyoming

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Worland RanchWorland Ranch (09/08/2002) The historic Worland Ranch is near the city limits on the west side of Worland.

Worland RanchWorland Ranch (09/08/2002) Many fine horses have grazed in this pasture.

Worland RanchWorland Ranch (09/08/2002) Entrance

Worland RanchWorland Ranch (09/08/2002) Entrance

Worland RanchWorland Ranch (09/08/2002) Barn

Worland RanchWorland Ranch (09/06/2002)

Wyoming Boys SchoolWyoming Boys School (09/08/2002) Wyoming Boys School, 5 to 10 mines south of Worland on Highway 20.

Wyoming Boys SchoolWyoming Boys School (09/08/2002) Entrance

Wind River, Big Horn RiverWind River, Big Horn River (09/08/2002) Traditional spot of the Wedding of the Waters where the river changes its name from Wind River to Big Horn River.

Wind River Big Horn RiverWind River Big Horn River (09/08/2002)

Washakie County Museum & Cultural CenterWashakie County Museum & Cultural Center (09/06/2002) This picture was snapped the morning of Sept. 7, 2002 when the museum held an open house honering the High School Class of 1947 who were celebrating their 55th reunion.

Washakie County Museum & Cultural CenterWashakie County Museum & Cultural Center (09/07/2002) At 1115 Obie Sue Ave. in Worland, the museum preserves artifacts of local history, sponcers projects and hosts cultural events.

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Worland Wyoming

Worland, Wyoming is a classic western town in the West Side of the Big Horn Mountains in central Wyoming. It is the county seat of Washakie County.

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