The city of Ogden, Utah was incorporated in 1851 and ever since the city has grown from its railroad roots to a bustling city with a rejuvenated downtown.
After the success of our slide show gallery of old photos of Salt Lake City, we decided to do the same for Ogden, Provo, Logan, and St. George.
A major railroad town, Ogden was the nearest major city to where the Golden Spike was laid at Promontory Point, completing the Transcontinental Railroad.
We've collected photos from a 100 year stretch of history: From 1860 when Ogden's population was 1,464, to 1960, when 70,197 people called Ogden home.
Scroll through the gallery above or by clicking here.