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NEVADA HISTORICAL MARKER 105
Golconda is a one time Utah Territory mining town whose hot springs, a landwmark on the California Emigrant Trail, were of more enduring fame than its gold and silver boom.
The hot springs (97 to 150 degrees Fahrenhelt) flow at about 100 gallon per minute. A rare occurence of tungsten in the silica deposit of a fossil vent, one mile east was once mined. Active vents north of the railroad tracks were the site of a famous health resort hotel which burned in 1961. Nice view in all directions. "God Bless America"
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