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The pony express station in Gothenburg, Nebraska was built in 1854 near Fort McPherson and was first used as a trading post and ranch house. It served as a pony express station from 1860-61. In 1931, the building was moved from its original site to its current location in Gothenburg's Ehmen Park. It is now operated as a museum.

The pony express station in Gothenburg, Nebraska was built in 1854 near Fort McPherson and was first used as a trading post and ranch house. It served as a pony express station from 1860-61. In 1931, the building was moved from its original site to its current location in Gothenburg's Ehmen Park. It is now operated as a museum.

Ash Hollow Historical Site, Nebraska

Ash Hollow Historical Site, Nebraska Live in the Omaha Nebraska area and need a roof repair or Reroof Ceck out our website

Two-day family getaway in Omaha, Nebraska. Click for details! Union Station...The railroad made Omaha to "stockyard capital of the nation" at one time.

Two-Day Getaway in Omaha

Omaha found the perfect recipe for family-pleasing vacations: Combine a world-class zoo with a new baseball stadium, grassy parks and vibrant festivals; throw in a few fun eateries; and finish with a family-friendly hotel.

Not exactly a barn but . . . One room schoolhouse on the mirage flats in the Nebraska Sandhills. Photo by Matt Steinhausen.

This school is on the Mirage Flats in western Nebraska between Alliance and Hay Springs, near the birthplace of author Marie Sandoz.

Presbyterian Church in Gothenburg, NE.

First Presbyterian Church of Gothenburg, Nebraska - Gothenburg Nebraska

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These 19 Restaurants In Nebraska Don't Look Like Much... But WOW, They're Good

Looks aren't everything, and that's especially true of Nebraska restaurants.

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