The Real Story Behind These Mysterious Hives In Wyoming Will Fascinate You

It’s amazing the things you’ll stumble across when traveling the backroads of Wyoming. Take the scenic backway between Fort Bridger and Evanston, for example. About 25 miles into the drive along County Road 173 stand three structures that look like giant hives, with the crumbling remains of a fourth nearby. They are what is left of a thriving railroad town, and their story is fascinating.

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Have you visited the Piedmont Kilns? What other mysterious and fascinating pieces of Wyoming history have you come across?