Point of Rocks Stage Station

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The Point of Rocks Stage Station was built in 1862 when Indian raids prompted Stagecoach King Ben Holladay to move his stage line to southern Wyoming. Made of native sandstone, it sits on the south bank of Bitter Creek, about 25 miles east of Rock Springs. Throughout its history the station has served various purposes, including a stage stop, freight station, store, school, ranch headquarters, and home. (Submitted by Kelli Seeman-Smith)