NO. 728 FRIDAY'S STATION-OVERLAND PONY EXPRESS ROUTE IN CALIFORNIA - At this point the riders of the Central Overland Pony Express crossed the Nevada-California line. Three-quarters of a mile east of here, at Edgewood in Nevada, are the remains of the most easterly remount station of the California Division of the Pony Express. Established about 1858 by Friday Burke and James Small as a stage station on the Placerville-Carson City Road, it became the home station of pony rider Bob Haslam until October 26, 1861 when the Pony Express was succeeded by the Transcontinental Telegraph.
Stateline Highway 50 in front of Harrah's. (The marker is actually past the state line and in Nevada.)