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Byron Nevada

Byron Nevada

Byron Nevada Overview

Byron was a railroad siding (now considered extinct) that was located in Clark County, Nevada.

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Year Established/Founded

By 1914

Byron Nevada History

This one is hard to research but we will continue to keep a lookout for references while we are reading through old newspapers and history books.


  • 1941 – Population was approximately 10 residents
  • 1949 – Byron was abandoned


Unknown at this time.


Union Pacific Railroad

Post Office

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Unknown at this time.

The Population of Byron Nevada

About 10 in the early 1940s.




Southwest of Moapa about 44 miles north of Las Vegas. Now part of the Moapa River Indian Reservation.

GPS Coordinates

36.613626, -114.680773Click here to view our recommended mobile apps for the outdoor explorer and what to take on your next road trip.

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