Take the Lac La Belle road off US-41 just north of Delaware to the Wyoming sign approximately 1 1/2 miles down on the right. About a mile down this gravel road is the vacant field where the village of Wyoming once stood. Located on the banks of the Montreal River, Wyoming was the site of a stamping mill and the old Wyoming Mine. With 4 saloons running wide open the town was the hang-out for miners from area locations and became known for miles around as "Hell Town".
It is said that a train carrying a load of about 50, 1927 Chrysler automobiles, wrecked during a snowstorm in a town near Copper Harbor in February. Some of these cars that were "confiscated by locals" are said to still be in the area.
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