ⓘ Lovell, Wyoming

                                     

ⓘ Lovell, Wyoming

Lovell was named for Henry Lovell, a local rancher.

Built in 1925, the EJZ bridge over Shoshone river is listed on the national register of historic places.

                                     
  • Lovell may refer to: Lovell Maine, United States Lovell Ohio, an unincorporated community Lovell Wyoming United States Lovell crater a small crater
  • The Lovell Chronicle is a regional weekly newspaper published in Lovell Wyoming It covers news and sports for the cities of Lovell Byron, Cowley, Deaver
  • Lovell High School is a public high school in Lovell Wyoming United States. The campus serves students in grades nine through twelve and is part of
  • Laurel, Montana, to Greybull, Wyoming It passes through the states of Montana and Wyoming Near the town of Lovell Wyoming US 310 is concurrent with US 14A
  • Wyoming Highway 33 is a 1.39 - mile - long 2.24 km Wyoming state highway located in Big Horn County southwest of Lovell Wyoming Highway 33 is a spur route
  • north. WYO 32 south of Byron to Lovell travels southwest to northeast, intersects Wyoming Highway 33 south of Lovell before turning due north and ending
  • The M L Ranch was established by Henry Clay Lovell and his financial backer Anthony Mason in Wyoming s Big Horn Basin in the late 1870s to the south of
  • Warren pony truss bridge located near Lovell Wyoming which carries Big Horn County Road CN9 - 111 Cowley - Lovell Road across the Shoshone River. Contractors
  • Horn County School District 2 is a public school district based in Lovell Wyoming United States. Big Horn County School District 2 serves the northern
  • runs into the Big Horn River near Lovell Wyoming Cities it runs near or through are Cody, Powell, Byron, and Lovell Near Cody, it runs through a volcanically
  • Harvey born September 18, 1954 in Lovell Wyoming is an American politician and a Republican member of the Wyoming House of Representatives representing
  • through Lovell and Powell. In 1940, the highway took over Wyoming Highway 520 between Burgess Junction and Greybull, and the old road was renamed Wyoming Highway