Wahoo, Nebraska

Wahoo is a city with a population of about 4500 people and was the first stop I made after leaving Omaha (it’s located about 40 miles west of Omaha). I wanted to check out the Historical Park I read about. As it turned out it was well worth visiting. It’s a small affair with only a handful of buildings, but clearly a labor of love of those maintaining it.

Joe Bowers Memorial Historical Park, Wahoo, NE

Joe Bowers Memorial Historical park, Wahoo, NE

Burlington Route Caboose, Joe Bowers memorial Historical park, Wahoo, NE

Wahoo Burlington Depot, Wahoo, NE

Wahoo, NE

This torpedo in front of the Saunders County Court House is a memorial to the WW II submarine Wahoo.

WW II Submarine Wahoo memorial, Wahoo, NE

For more photos from Wahoo, check my Flickr at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/lorimerblack/

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