The restored Kelso Depot train station, built in 1924 and used by Union Pacific until the late 1950s, is the man-made star of Mojave National Preserve. Today, it serves as the visitors center and museum 95 miles south of Las Vegas. Reed Parsell The Sacramento Bee
The restored Kelso Depot train station, built in 1924 and used by Union Pacific until the late 1950s, is the man-made star of Mojave National Preserve. Today, it serves as the visitors center and museum 95 miles south of Las Vegas. Reed Parsell The Sacramento Bee

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July 09, 2016 2:00 PM

In the middle of the Mojave Desert, a stylish oasis at Kelso Depot

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