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Easton was a stop on the [[Fernley and Lassen Railway]], between [[Astor]] and [[Flanigan]].
Easton was a stop on the [[Fernley and Lassen Railway]], between [[Astor]] and [[Flanigan]].<ref>Rand McNally, "[http://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/s/nm8v0k Nevada]," 1924.</ref>


In 1966, Southern Pacific requested that the Suttcliffe station be shutdown, along with three other sidings: Roop, Suttcliffe and Easton.<ref>Nevada State Journal, "[http://newspaperarchive.com/us/nevada/reno/nevada-state-journal/1966/10-18/page-17?tag=easton+pyramid&rtserp=tags/easton-pyramid?psi=63&pci=7 Once-bustling Wadsworth May Lose Spur Line]," October 18, 1966, p. 17.</ref>
In 1966, Southern Pacific requested that the Suttcliffe station be shutdown, along with three other sidings: Roop, Suttcliffe and Easton.<ref>Nevada State Journal, "[http://newspaperarchive.com/us/nevada/reno/nevada-state-journal/1966/10-18/page-17?tag=easton+pyramid&rtserp=tags/easton-pyramid?psi=63&pci=7 Once-bustling Wadsworth May Lose Spur Line]," October 18, 1966, p. 17.</ref>

Revision as of 05:22, 21 November 2016

Easton was a stop on the Fernley and Lassen Railway, between Astor and Flanigan.[1]

In 1966, Southern Pacific requested that the Suttcliffe station be shutdown, along with three other sidings: Roop, Suttcliffe and Easton.[2]

References

  1. Rand McNally, "Nevada," 1924.
  2. Nevada State Journal, "Once-bustling Wadsworth May Lose Spur Line," October 18, 1966, p. 17.

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