ⓘ Guernsey, Wyoming

                                     

ⓘ Guernsey, Wyoming

Guernsey is a town in Platte County, Wyoming, United States. The population was 1.147 at the 2010 census.

The city was named for C. A. Guernsey, a ranch of cattle.

                                     
  • Oregon Trail on the North Platte River, about 0.5 miles south of Guernsey Wyoming The Oregon Trail here was winding up towards South Pass. Wagon wheels
  • Wyoming in 1957. Lake Guernsey State Park also known as Guernsey State Park Historic District, Lake Guernsey Park, Guernsey Lake Park, or Guernsey State
  • composer and poet Guernsey California Guernsey Indiana Guernsey Iowa Guernsey Ohio Guernsey Wyoming Guernsey County, Ohio Guernsey Dam, earthfill dam
  • Guernsey Dam is an earthfill dam on the North Platte River in Platte County in the U.S. State of Wyoming The dam creates Guernsey Reservoir, the last
  • Platte County School District 2 is a public school district based in Guernsey Wyoming United States. Platte County School District 2 serves northeastern
  • of copper. In 1890, Charles A. Guernsey after whom the nearby town of Guernsey Wyoming is named, founded the Wyoming Railway and Iron Company to exploit
  • that serves Guernsey State Park as the south entrance. Wyoming Highway 317 begins at U.S. Route 26 just west of town center of Guernsey Highway 317
  • southwestern Niobrara County. Wyoming Highway 270 starts at its southern end in Platte County at US 26 on the eastern edge of Guernsey From here Highway 270
  • planned 462 - mile 744 km crude oil pipeline from Dore, North Dakota to Guernsey Wyoming It is supposed to carry 100, 000 barrels 50, 000 initially of crude