Eastern Mojave Vegetation Nipton to Ivanpah and Cima, from Thompson's (1921), Routes to Watering Places  
 

Edited by Tom Schweich  

Home Page
Topics in this Article:
Literature Cited
 Nipton to Ivanpah and Cima (26 Miles).

[Far log of road in opposite direction see above.]

This road is used almost entirely for local travel between Nipton and Cima and near-by points.

Literature Cited:
- Thompson, David G., 1921.

Locations: Nipton.  

0.0 Nipton railroad station. Cross railroad and go west, avoiding branch roads on right.

Literature Cited:
- Thompson, David G., 1921.

Locations: Murphy Well.  

4.2 Murphy Well on left. Geological Survey sign. (See above.) Road on left (south) leads to Ivanpah, Barnwell, and Goffs. (See mile 28.8 of log on p. 236.) Continue west.
  5.9 Turn to left (south) for Cima. Road straight ahead leads to Valley Wells and Silver Lake. (See mile 5.9 of log on p. 210.) Road on right (north) leads to Roach, Jean, and Goodsprings. (See mile 46.4 of log on p. 234.)
  9.1 Road forks near site of old town of Ivanpah, now abandoned. Follow road on right (southwest). Road on left (east of south) leads to Ivanpah.
  12.8 Crossroads. Geological Survey sign. Turn to left (west). Road straight ahead (southwest) also leads to Cima, but it is sandy and very little used. Road on left (east) leads to Ivanpah.
  14.7 Crossroads. Turn to left (southwest).
  17.0 Turn south, near old cabin, avoiding road leading west.
  22.1 Crossroads. Geological Survey sign. Continue straight ahead. Road on right (west) leads to Kessler Springs and Valley Wells. Road on left (east) leads to Ivanpah. (See p. 232.)
  25.3 Railroad. Geological Survey sign. Turn to right along track. Road straight ahead across railroad, bending to left immediately beyond, leads to Lanfair, Fenner, and Goffs. (See pp. 230, 238).

Literature Cited:
- Thompson, David G., 1921.

Locations: Cima.  

25.6 Cima railroad station. Water, supplies, meals, and sleeping accommodations for a limited number. From Cima roads lead southwest to Kelso (see p. 231), northwest to Valley Wells and Silver Lake (see p. 212), and southeast to Lanfair, Fenner, and Goffs (see pp. 230, 238).
 

Literature Cited

  A list of all literature cited by this web site can be found in the Bibliography.
  Thompson, David G. 1921. Routes to Desert Watering Places in the Mohave Desert Region, California. Water-Supply Paper 490-B.. Washington, DC: United States Geological Survey, 1921. {TAS}
If you have a question or a comment you may write to me at: tas4@schweich.com I sometimes post interesting questions in my FAQ, but I never disclose your full name or address.  


[Home Page]

Date and time this article was prepared: 6/17/2017 2:08:02 PM