One Abominable Snowman
At the Greeley Freight Station Museum
The OC&E Layout
The Oregon California and Eastern HO Layout can be seen at the Greeley Freight Museum. Covering 5,500 square feet of floor space, this HO gauge layout features a 1,244 foot long single main line and thousands of hand-made rocks, trees and other scenery.
A Display of Railroad Artifacts!
The REA operated a Chicago based refrigerator car line beginning in the early 1900's and then converted its cars to leased bulk mail carriers by 1965. The company filed for bankruptcy in 1975.
Located in various places in the central layout are six dinosaur figures hidden among the rocks and forests that are not easy to find. Then there is a Yeti that is hidden someplace in the building. I found the Yeti behind an equipment box located on the east side of the museum. See above.
If you find the Yeti, you get this button!
When the museum opened in May, 2009 they would let the finder of the Yeti hide it again. They sort-of changed that policy when someone hid the Yeti so well that it was impossible to find! (It is not known if anyone has ever found THAT Yeti).