In the downtown Glenrock area, residents have worked hard to restore the Commerce Block. Constructed in 1917 at a cost of $50,000, the building was first a bank and drugstore. After a 1978 fire damaged the building, it was boarded up for many years. Thanks to the more recent work of area residents, the building is once again the centerpiece of the downtown area and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It’s home to a bank and offices.
Enjoy photographing a train bridge built in 1911. Built by the American Bridge Company of New York, the bridge serves as the gateway to Glenrock’s community park.