Ancram Nevada Overview
Ancram is a railroad siding that has no visible remains of the old town located in Nye County, Nevada.
It was a siding town on the Bullfrog-Goldfield Railroad from 1906 through 1928 located 12 miles from ghost town Tolicha, Nevada.
My super duper sleuthing skills came up with nothing about this town but we won’t stop looking. From what we can tell, it’s not worth looking for but we will go scout the area if we can and update this article once we know for sure.
Transcription of the above newspaper clipping:
ENGINEERS ENTER TOLICHA DISTRICT
TONOPAH, Jan. 19. (Special to the Gazette) The first crew and first shipment of supplies by the Knox interests for the Tolicha district went out yesterday, morning on the south bound train of the Tonopah & Tidewater for delivery at the siding known as Ancram, eleven miles from Tolicha.
Transcription of the above newspaper clipping
Tolicha is situated in Nye county 47 miles southeast of Goldfield by the county road, or 68 miles south via the Tonopah & Tidewater Railroad to the station of Ancram, 12 miles due north of the new camp. An excellent trucking road with a firm foundation connects the railroad with a firm foundation connects the railroad with the camp, and it is believed that this will prove the popular gateway. Ancram is the name for a sidetrack that has been seldom used, but with the development of activity at Tolicha the railroad will move the sidetrack several hundred yards away from a stretch of sand that now interferes with handling heavy shipments on trucks.