ⓘ Wabuska, Nevada

Wabuska, Nevada

ⓘ Wabuska, Nevada

Wabuska is an unincorporated community in Lyon County, Nevada, United States. The zip code is 89447, which it shares with nearby Yerington.

Wabuska language of VACO, the white grass was established in the early 1870-ies. A post office was opened on 18 September 1874. In 1881, the town served as the main supply centre valley Mason on the newly constructed Carson and Colorado railway line that went from the Hazen to Mina. When copper was discovered in the valley of Mason city became the Northern Terminus of the new Nevada Copper belt railroad, built 1909-1911. Wabuska faded with the decline of mining in the 1920-ies.

Several buildings from Wabuska especially the train station, was evacuated to the city of Carson and is registered as a state railroad Museum Nevada.

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