Plume Hill carriage from central Iowa has brought a team of Percherons pulling an appellation oak carriage. The carriage depicts carriages from the late 1800s and man have been seen in the ghost town of Sherman, Wyoming located 19 miles southeast of Laramie in the Laramie Mountains. It is named after General William Sherman per his request. Within 15 months of the railroad reaching Sherman Hill the town boasted railroad machine shops, Wells Fargo express office, a newspaper, a millinery, and 2 false-front hotels as well as homes. Today the only existence of the town is marked only by the Ames Monument and cemetery.