Cheyenne's 8th annual Depot Days begins this weekend.
The Depot has been working hard to prepare for this year's event and has plenty of things planned for the public.
"We have an open house with the U.P. Steam Shop so you can go over and visit the round house and see model 844 and 3985 as well as basically going over with the Trolley to Wasatch Railroad Contractors and visiting a live steam demo. In our museum we have model railroaders. We're going to have people like Harry Brunk and Ames Frohlich visiting there with people," said Lindsey Taylor, Events Coordinator with the Cheyenne Depot Museum.
Depot days runs Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
There will be vendors inside the lobby and the museum will be offering a $10 joint ticket for those that want to view the Depot Museum and Sherman Hill Railroad Museum at Frontier Park.
One of the top attractions is a model railroad built by Harry Brunk, one he's been working on for over 30 years.
The Depot Museum offered to give Brunk a place to keep his work.
He says he's excited to be able to share it with the public.
"It's one of those things where they're usually so enthusiastic about it, it's not too hard to talk to them about it then. It's kind of rare for starters that somebody puts that much time in a model railroad and actually gets a chance to have it saved so it was really kind of great that they were open to such a thing and now it gets to continue," Brunk said.