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Sargents (1880, 7,929 feet) was established as a D&RG station for helper locomotives on the west side of Marshall Pass. Many railroad ruins, including a round frame water tank and some new homes, are scattered around the current town hub on U.S. 50, Dotty's General Store.

Writing Credits

Thomas J. Noel

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