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Cullen Bohannon hard life in Hell on Wheels season 4. Why does not he leave Cheyenne?

Cullen Bohannon hard life in Hell on Wheels season 4. Why does not he leave Cheyenne?
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The life of Cullen Bohannon is hard in Hell on Wheels season 4. Why does not he leave the Union Pacific railroad?

Cullen Bohannon hard life in Hell on Wheels season 4. Why does not he leave Cheyenne?

Cullen Bohannon (actor Anson Mount) in Hell on Wheels

Life in the Union Pacific Railroad was not easy at all. Hell on Wheels season 4 is set in 1867, and follows the life of those ancient surveyors, laborers, prostitutes, mercenaries, and other people who lived and died in the mobile campsite called Hell on Wheels, which followed the railhead west across the Great Plains. Cheyenne, in Wyoming territory, is the most important railroad hub, and Cullen Bohannon has tried to be a husband and new father while he looks for the point at which the Union Pacific Railroad will cross Crow Creek, a tributary of the South Platte River. So many misfortunes!

Cullen Bohannon hard life in Hell on Wheels season 4. Why does not he leave Cheyenne?

Cullen Bohannon (actor Anson Mount) and Mr Durant (Colm Meaney) in Hell on Wheels TV show

His wife, Naomi Bohannon, left him. Then, he lost his new soon too. He had to kill his best friend, Elam Ferguson (actor Common), who had turned into a sadistic man as the result of wounds produced by a bear attack. Mr Durant, boss at the Union Pacific Railroad, despises his talent and makes him work as a laborer. His past as a Confederate soldier pursues him, and Sydney is in Cheyenne to force him to kill again… To make matters worse, Mr Campbell, the new governor, is his enemy, and the boy Ezra dies in a fire at the church.

Yes, anyone had left Cheyenne time ago. However, Cullen Bohannon has a dream, and the future is before him: to reach the Pacific Ocean.

Cullen Bohannon hard life in Hell on Wheels season 4. Why does not he leave Cheyenne?

Hell on Wheels season 4

Cullen Bohannon is one of those people who longs for a better future, who loves progress, and who thinks that mankind can live better. All this he has learned on his journey through the United States, and he cannot forget.

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In Hell on Wheels season 1, Bohannon was a man who sought revenge. Now, he is a new man. To leave Cheyenne is to leave this great hope. The future is the only reason to exist.

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