Worland, Wyoming 52 Pictures: 0-20 , 21-40 , 40-52 Chamber (2002-09-05) Wood Carving (2002-09-07) This impressive wood carving is in front of the Court House at the junction of highways 20 and 16 in Worland. Pioneer Square (2002-09-07) Pioneer Square is across from the Court House at the junction of highways 20 and 16. Pioneer Square (2002-09-07) Pioneer Square is across from the Court House at the junction of highways 20 and 16. Pioneer Square (2002-09-07) Pioneer Square is across from the Court House at the junction of highways 20 and 16. Northern Wyoming Daily News (2002-09-07) The Northern Wyoming Daily News is published Tuesday through Saturday mornings at Worland, Wyoming 82401. Wyoming Sugar Company (2002-09-07) Local people have developed their own company in order to keep the sugar factory in operation. Silos (2002-09-07) Silos near the sugar factory. Wyoming Sugar Factory (2002-09-07) Sugar Row Site (2002-09-07) This is where Sugar Row used to be. In early years of Worland's history, many "Sugar Tramps" got their start living on Sugar Row. The word 'Sugar Row' rings with happy connotations in story telling around Worland. Cloud Peak Skyway (2002-09-07) From Worland Highway 16 goes through bad lands, then Tensleep and over the Big Horn Mountains close to the Cloud Peak Wilderness area. Old Bridge (2002-09-07) The old Bridge across the Big Horn River is still in use. Train Depot (2002-09-07) Worland now has a new train depot. The old one was torn down. Old Bridge (2002-09-07) This is a view of the old bridge from the west bank of the Big Horn River. New Bridge over the Big Horn River (2002-09-07) This is the new bridge across the Big Horn River. The river is low this time of year. Much of the water is in many of the canals in the Big Horn Basin. Radio Station (2002-09-07) KWOR AM 1340\r\nKKLX FM 961\r\n24 hours a day Movie Theater (2002-09-07) This is the Cottonwood Twin Cinema movie theater. Parking is no problem. Fair Grounds (2002-09-07) Entrance to Washakie County Fair and Events Complex on the west side of the Big Horn River. Part of the cemetery can be seen to the right. NOWCAP (2002-09-07) NOWCAP, Northwest Community Action Programs of Wyoming, Inc. Scouts Peak (2002-09-07) 52 Pictures: 0-20 , 21-40 , 40-52 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.