“Rediscover our automotive past by traveling the Lincoln Highway, America’s first transcontinental road, built in 1913 to encourage good roads for all. Travel through small charming towns and see early relics of the road that your grandparents knew!”

Nevada, Ohio

Nevada (pop: 800) (On the Highway from 1913 - 1921)

Nevada (pronounced Nuh VAY' duh) was laid out in 1852 by Jonathon Ayres and Joel Garrett along the railroad right-of-way and named after the territory to become the state of Nevada. The village incorporated in 1866 and was a thriving community until the demise of the Lincoln Highway and rail stops.

The instructions from Bucyrus to Upper Sandusky, via Nevada are shown here.

“West to east across Ohio, FIND the FUN
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