Fort Steele Travel Guide

  • Powder Magazine at Fort Steele
    Powder Magazine at Fort Steele
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  • Goats Grazing Along the North Platte River
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  • Industrial Ruins at Fort Steele
    Industrial Ruins at Fort Steele
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    Landscape Near Fort Steele 3 more images

    by atufft Written Nov 25, 2008

    Deep ravines and broad landscapes typical of Wyoming are easy to appreciate close up here at Fort Steele.

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    Fort Steele Cemetary 4 more images

    by atufft Written Nov 25, 2008

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    On a bluff near the powder magazine are the scattered remains of Fort Steele's cemetary. No tombstones are readable, and apparently anyone of fame had their body removed to another cemetary. This has been hit by vandals heavily, but then some wooden tombstones probably also simply rotted away.

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    Powder Magazine at Fort Steele 1 more image

    by atufft Written Nov 25, 2008

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    For safety reasons, the Fort Steele ammunition depot was constructed at some distance from the barracks buildings. Ironically, this is the only building that remains intact at Fort Steele, having been constructed of locally quarried stone.

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