Sherman is not the famous Sherman Hill of today. It is located on the old ROW about two miles NW of Sherman Hill, mile post 540.0 on the Laramie Sub, within 100 yards of Ames Monument off I-80. Although there are no buildings still standing, the evidence points to an obvious town. The town was built in the 1860's at the highest point along the transcontinental railroad. The foundations to buildings are still there including the 5 stall roundouse and the turntable. There lots of old cans and metal goods. Even though there are no more buldings, its a great place to go!
Last Update 07/22/01
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