Submitted by scott on Thu, 02/24/2022 - 09:32

From Salt Lake City, Utah, the Pony Express National Historic Trail headed southwest and then west into the Great Basin and Range toward Roberts Creek, Nevada, crossing many desert valleys and medium mountain ranges in between. Division Four of the Pony Express route encompassed thirty stations, eighteen of them in western Utah and the remaining twelve stations in eastern Nevada. The following chapter contains available historical data on each station, including present-day location of ruins, buildings, and commemorative markers.

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Chapter Seven: DIVISION FOUR: STATIONS BETWEEN SALT LAKE CITY AND ROBERTS CREEK