The first passenger train arrived in West Yellowstone on June 11, 1908. A wooden depot and several businesses greeted the first visitors. Following the completion of the rail line, the Union Pacific Oregon Short Line turned its attention to constructing facilities for train operations and passenger care at its new terminus. This walking tour includes the old depot, baggage building, dining lodge, and more. The tour includes a stop at the Yellowstone Historic Center Museum, which is located in the old depot building.