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Sand Springs, Pony Express Station, Nevada
Nevada

Sand Springs Pony express station is located almost 20 miles east of Fallon, Nevada near Sand Mountain on US-50. The Sand Springs station was built in March of 1860.

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Uppladdad: 08/08/2012
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Tags: pony; express; sand springs; nevada; 1860
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