Stagecoach, Nevada: Cactus Building

A chubby cactus disguises a structure that might have been the pump house for the adjacent, and shuttered Oasis Restaurant.
Address:
N. Frontage Rd, Stagecoach, NV
Directions:
About eight miles west of Stagecoach in the Dayton/Mark Twain area. West of N. Rainbow Drive, on the north side of US Hwy 50, along the north frontage road.
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Cactus pumphouse.

Giant Green Cactus

Located just west of town on the north-side frontage road of Highway 50, between Rainbow Drive and Pinenut road sits a giant cactus covered in a lime green stucco. It appears to be the (water) pump house for the abandoned Oasis restaurant next door.

[Meg Zorn, 10/08/2013]

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