Cove Road I – Greybull
Greybull is a ways north of Worland, and like Worland and Thermopolis, is situated on the banks of the Big Horn River.
The track in Greybull:
North is to the right in this diagram. Off the left end (south) is the line that skirts the helix and winds up in Basin. Traveling off the right of the diagram leads to Lovell.
I don't know too much about the rail-served industries in Greybull - yet. It will be fun to research that and learn how much the railroad influenced life in this interesting little berg. Greybull had the northern-most comprehensive engine facilities on the Casper Subdivision (Sheridan wasn't part of that subdivision), but space constraints on the layout forbade my modeling them.
The current major railroad-related industry is bentonite mining.