In 1869, the driving of the “Golden Spike” celebrated the completion of the Transcontinental Railway at Promontory Summit. The closest town to this historic site is Brigham City, Utah. When the Union Pacific Depot was built in 1907, women passengers were segregated on the north side of the ticket office. They were expected to be refined. Ladies were not allowed to spit, swear or smoke. On the south side, men were allowed to engage in this socially unacceptable behavior. After the Golden Spike Association renovated this historic station, it became a train museum.