The Museum is currently working on gathering and preserving the railroad history for this area. We have collected a few pictures and stories but would like more. If you have any pictures or stories you would like to share please, let us know. We have been given the freight warehouse that was on the end of the Kane Depot and some tools that the rail workers used. We will be putting railroad items on display in the museum soon. Come in and enjoy the display.
Our next project is John Blue. He was a hermit who lived on the face of the Big Horns. If you would like to share any information you have about the Lovell, Kane area please let us know.
The Museum has Moved!
The Lovell-Kane Area Museum has been given a big gift! A building to house the MUSEUM! Loretta Bischoff generously donated the house at 354 Oregon Avenue for our use. The Museum Board is absolutely thrilled with the prospect of moving into a building with rooms for exhibits and displays. Remodeling is underway. Flooring, painting, new wall construction to expand and open the areas for displays and shelving and cases, etc. is currently being done. A new porch was added to make the museum handicap accessible.