The town of Old Carbon was originally built during the "Hell of Wheels" days for the transcontinental railroad in 1869. When the Union Pacific rebuilt their railroad line farther north around 1900, the town of Carbon was deserted. The cemetery remains as a vestige of the past. During 2017 I worked for seven months at a Wyoming ranch and photographed the Carbon County Project. This photograph is from that series.
|Photo Location:||Old Carbon, Wyoming, United States of America|
|Copyright:||© John Sanderson|