Buckland Station, a stagecoach station and hotel near Stagecoach, Nevada, was built in c.1870 by Samuel Buckland, proprietor (who settled here in 1859), replaced a previous stage station. It was built with simplified Greek Revival style. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1997. The existing Buckland building was built mostly of salvaged lumber from dismantling Ft. Churchill. Buckland Station formerly existed as a Pony Express station and as an emigrant stop and to serve an early bridge over the Carson River. When listed on the NRHP, the building had just been purchased by the state of Nevada, which has continuing plans for its rehabilitation. It is located two miles east of Fort Churchill State Historic Park.
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