Room 149W is an original Chacoan room in the western sector of Salmon, west of the Tower Kiva (Room 64W). It measures 5.8 x 5.8 m. Three strata were defined as the upper portion of the room was excavated. Three features -- a burial and two doorways -- were recorded. The limited data available suggest the room was used throughout Salmon's 200-year history. As little work was completed, limited feature, strata, photographic, or documentary records are available for this room.