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Romolo was a stop on the [[Fernley and Lassen Railway]], between [[Heslip]] and [[Sutcliffe]].<ref>"[https://www.nevadadot.com/uploadedFiles/NDOT/Traveler_Info/Maps/washoecounty1937_001.pdf County Base Map Series, Nevada Department of Transportation, historic (1930's). WA1/1937]"</ref><ref> Nevada Railroads SL-171 Passenger Stations and Stops</ref>
Romolo was a stop on the [[Fernley and Lassen Railway]], between [[Heslip]] and [[Sutcliffe]].<ref>Rand McNally, "[http://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/s/nm8v0k Nevada]," 1924.</ref><ref>"[https://www.nevadadot.com/uploadedFiles/NDOT/Traveler_Info/Maps/washoecounty1937_001.pdf County Base Map Series, Nevada Department of Transportation, historic (1930's). WA1/1937]"</ref><ref> Nevada Railroads SL-171 Passenger Stations and Stops</ref>


Today, the Pyramid Highway meets NV 446 near the site of Romolo.  To the east of Romolo is [[Mullen Creek]].
Today, the Pyramid Highway meets NV 446 near the site of Romolo.  To the east of Romolo is [[Mullen Creek]].

Revision as of 05:24, 21 November 2016

Romolo was a stop on the Fernley and Lassen Railway, between Heslip and Sutcliffe.[1][2][3]

Today, the Pyramid Highway meets NV 446 near the site of Romolo. To the east of Romolo is Mullen Creek.

References

  1. Rand McNally, "Nevada," 1924.
  2. "County Base Map Series, Nevada Department of Transportation, historic (1930's). WA1/1937"
  3. Nevada Railroads SL-171 Passenger Stations and Stops

Resources

  • GNIS (historical)
    • "Description: RR siding"
    • Citation: "U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Public Roads, Nevada Transportation Map, scale 1:250,000, c.1947. 1947"