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The Pony Express Terminal is the place to learn about the history of this famous financial route run by the Wells Fargo Express Company that was the end of the line here from 1860 to 1861. READ More……….
Prior to the Caldor Fire, Don Bailey, longtime volunteer for the Tahoe Rim Trail, Pacific Crest Trail, and Pony Express had been rerouting the trail away from the highway. Just after completing the project Caldor came in and demolished five bridges along the Pony Express trail. Two and a half miles of the trail that was … Continued
Rider Sid McBridge and horse Lad prepare to gallop down Mother Lode Drive to complete their portion of the Pony Express National Historic Trail Thursday morning near the El Dorado Y. Members of the National Pony Express Association recreate….. Read More….
This week, Sacramentans can watch the Pony Express ride again as the last leg of the 44th annual “re-ride” closes out in Old Sacramento. Read more and watch video…..
CAMINO, Calif. (KTXL) — Before the iron ribbon of train tracks crisscrossed the United States bringing goods and mail across the country there was the Pony Express, and now 600 riders across eight states are riding the several thousand mile old west trail. Read More….
SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. – Over 750 horseback riders are crossing the United States from St. Joseph, Missouri to Sacramento, California as part of the annual Pony Express Re-Ride. Riders will be coming through South Lake Tahoe Wednesday evening. Read More…
This week, Sacramentans can watch the Pony Express ride again as the last leg of the 44th annual “re-ride” closes out in Old Sacramento. READ more, or Listen To…..
FIVE-MILE STATION, Pony Express historic marker, Guy West Plaza The Five-Mile Station marker shows a notable stop on the Pony Express route. (Sacramento State/Andrea Price) At 2:45 a.m. Wednesday, April 4, 1860, Central Overland Pony Express employee Sam “Bill” Hamilton raced out of what’s now Old Sacramento, the first relay rider carrying the nation’s first eastbound U.S. mail … Continued