The Wells Fargo Express Office was housed in a building which was completed in 1877. It had ornate arches in front with fortress style metal doors. Wells Fargo occupied the north side of the building where they ran the freight and stage coach operations as well as a bank. The south side of the building was home to the Woolley Lund & Judd Mercantile. Eventually, Wells Fargo turned the business over to them and when the mines played out in 1888, the businesses closed. Reduced mining operations continued until 1909. 
Directions to the Silver Reef Museum
From the north (Cedar City/Salt Lake City) traveling south on I-15:

Take I-15 south to Exit 23 for Leeds/Silver Reef, which exits at a "T" on Silver Reef Road.  Turn right and travel west up Silver Reef Road toward the red cliffs area, about 1-1/2 miles. 

From the south (St. George/Las Vegas) traveling north on I-15:

Take I-15 north to Exit 22 for Leeds/Silver Reef, about 15 miles north of St. George.  Drive north on Main Street through the Town of Leeds for about 1.3 miles.  Turn left at the sign for I-15 north on Silver Reef Road.  Stay on Silver Reef Road, do not get back on I-15, and continue under I-15 west toward the red cliffs area, about 1-1/2 miles.  
You will see signs for the Silver Reef Museum and the Cosmopolitan Restaurant.   From Silver Reef Road turn left at the “y” in the road.  That becomes Silver Reef Drive and continue for about ¼ mile to the Museum on the right at the corner of Silver Reef Drive and Wells Fargo Drive.  

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​1903 Wells Fargo Rd., Leeds, UT 84746