PONY EXPRESS REMOUNT STATION AT WOODFORDS

Historical Landmark

Description:
Woodfords became a remount station of the Pony Express on April 4, 1860, when Warren Upson scaled the mountains in a blinding snowstorm and made his way down the eastern slope of the Sierra on his way to Carson City. Five weeks later the Pony Express was rerouted by way of Echo Summit and Luther Pass.


Registration Date: 6/28/1965

Location:
City: Woodfords
County: Alpine

Directions:
On Hwy 89, 0.1 mi N of intersection of State Hwy 4 and Old Pony Express Rd, Woodfords


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