Hilary Robertson / 10 May, 2018


By Alex Cabrero, KSL TV

A big celebration for the 149th anniversary of the place and time in Utah history that put the Beehive State on the map. It was May 10, 1869 when the east and west coasts were connected for the first time by rail – and it happened in a remote part of Box Elder County. It takes quite a bit of work to keep old trains running like new. Especially when those trains are replicas of trains from the 1800s. Read More