Buckland Station

State Historic Park - Nevada

Buckland Station, a stagecoach station and hotel near Stagecoach, Nevada, was built in c.1870 by Samuel Buckland, proprietor (who settled here in 1859), replaced a previous stage station. It was built with simplified Greek Revival style. The existing Buckland building was built mostly of salvaged lumber from dismantling Ft. Churchill. Buckland Station formerly existed as a Pony Express station and as an emigrant stop and to serve an early bridge over the Carson River.

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Buckland Station SHP http://parks.nv.gov/parks/buckland-station https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buckland_Station Buckland Station, a stagecoach station and hotel near Stagecoach, Nevada, was built in c.1870 by Samuel Buckland, proprietor (who settled here in 1859), replaced a previous stage station. It was built with simplified Greek Revival style. The existing Buckland building was built mostly of salvaged lumber from dismantling Ft. Churchill. Buckland Station formerly existed as a Pony Express station and as an emigrant stop and to serve an early bridge over the Carson River.

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