Photograph of people gathered for the last trip of the Black Hills stage coach for Cheyenne, Wyoming, February 19, 1887. The stage coach stands in the foreground led by six darkly-colored horses. At left, a group of six passengers sit on top of the carriage's cabin, with the two drivers on their bench to the front. A man stands on the ground, next to the first hitched horse. Behind them, people can be seen gathered on the patio of a collection of commercial shops, who bear signs that read "Office", and "E. Loei Clothing", over which a balcony can be seen with a gilded wrought-iron guard rail.