Rock Springs

Rock Springs, also known as Sulpher or Sulphur Spring, is a welcome oasis at the edge of Eightmile Flat, and the location of a station originally established around 1860. Operated by David M. Wightman, it was reportedly used by the Pony Express. In the mid-1860s, it was used as a station on the Fort Churchill and Sand Springs Toll Road, and from 1873 until 1882 on the Wadsworth-Columbus Freight Route.

Wadsworth-Columbus Freight Route, 1873-1882
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