Room 2W is the western portion of a large subdivided Chacoan room; Room 1W is the eastern half. The room is located along the southwest sector of Salmon Pueblo and measures 3.6 x 3.3 m. m. Room 2W was excavated from the years 1970-1973. Five strata were recorded including at least one floor. Three features were associated with Room 2W: foundation footings, a doorway in the west wall, and a San Juan burial dating after 1200. The room was probably used for storage during the Chacoan period. No tree-ring dates were obtained from Room 2W, but the masonry style and construction techniques in evidence, as well as ceramic data, support construction of the room during the 1090–1094 interval.