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Midway Stage Station


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The Midway Stage Pony Express station still stands on its original location on the Oregon Trail at the Lower 96 Ranch four miles south of Gothenburg. Protected by a second roof, it retains its original form and is part of the privately owned ranch. It is open to visitors on a limited basis.


Phone: 308-537-2143

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Midway Stage Station

The Midway Stage Pony Express station still stands on its original location on the Oregon Trail at the Lower 96 Ranch four mi...