Virginia Giorgis, editor of the Bridger Valley Pioneer, writes about the history of Carter Avenue in Fort Bridger, Wyoming, which she says was part of the Lincoln Highway through town.
A committee studying a proposed new road connecting the Wyoming cities of Green River and Rock Springs is taking into consideration the various historic Lincoln Highway alignments as part of their designs.
Harold de Bock, who lives in the Netherlands, is starting a trip riding a motorcycle across the Lincoln Highway from Indiana to Wyoming.
The giant conical charcoal kilns in the ghost town of Piedmont, Wyoming were dedicated earlier this month after much restoration work. The kilns, over 100 years old, are near the Lincoln Highway.
The Historic Virginian Hotel, on the Lincoln Highway in Medicine Bow, Wyoming, celebrates its 100th birthday this year.
The Wyoming Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources has posted a whole series of videos on the Lincoln Highway in Wyoming:
Thanks to Bob Beaudoin for the tip!
The Belvoir Ranch, a historic ranch which contains vestiges of the original Lincoln Highway, was purchased by the city of Cheyenne, Wyoming in 2003. Cheyenne is now deciding what to do with it. Options range from historic preservation to a wind farm and a landfill.
The ashes of Robert Russin, the sculptor of the Lincoln statue along I-80 in Wyoming, and his wife were interred near the statue.
The Lone Tree, a famous pine tree next to the Lincoln Highway, was sprayed to protect it from mountain pine beetles.