John D. Young the son of Brigham Young was inspired to borrow the money to build the railroad. After his efforts failed to procure enough money in the US, he decided to go to Europe and raise money.
History tells us that a Spanish Nobleman by the name of Don Rodiriquez Velasquez de la Gorgoziandus funded the railroad. Young told Gorgoziandus about the great metropolis that would be build in the area and promised to name the city after the Nobleman if he would give them the money to complete the railroad. He gave them $1.5 million and the area was named Gorgoza.
Though it has never turned into a metropolis, it is a site that is loved and enjoyed by tourist and locals alike every winter. As to the railroad. It was completed and used to move ore from the Park City area for years. Long ago the tracks were pulled up and the railroad connection to Park City was terminated.