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.
This torpedo in front of the Saunders County Court House is a memorial to the WW II submarine Wahoo.
For more photos from Wahoo, check my Flickr at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/lorimerblack/
4 thoughts on “Wahoo, Nebraska”
love your photos-Nebraska looks like an interesting place to live-thanks for following-ana
Thanks, I don’t live there, only visited, but there’s still quite a few posts to come from there (and Iowa).
I hitchhiked through Wahoo, Nebraska several years ago. I have hitchhiked through Nebraska many times over the years.
Here are some Nebraska hitchhiking stories:
Just read it, what a story!