Station, at Hanover,
is the only
Pony Express station remaining in an
unaltered condition of the 190 in the West during the early 1800's. It was one
of the first stops on the route from St. Joseph, Mo. to Sacramento, Ca.
Burial Pit, near Salina, is a prehistoric
burial place protected by a building constructed over the pit. More than
100 skeletons have been uncovered. The pit contains Indian relics, including
necklaces of clamshell beads and pottery.
Bridge spans a stream near Sun City. This
bridge of gypsum rock, about 35 feet wide and 50 feet across, has a footpath
12 feet above water.
County State Park (1,289 acres), near Ashland,
has unusual scenic beauty, with rugged canyons more than 150 feet deep.
A dam creates a 337-acre lake that offers boating, and fishing.
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