Adobe Station, California
Adobe Station was a railroad stop on the Telegraph Stage line in Kern County, California, southeast of Greenfield, during the early 1870s. It was situated 12 miles from Bakersfield, with the earliest mention being a Southern Californian newspaper article from 1876, when Charles A. Hyde kept the station. It was reported that Stanley Hyde, "who had been in charge," was murdered that year. A hotel was operated by Peter P. Roquette in 1880.
- Curtis Darling, Kern County Place Names, second edition (2003), page 1, citing earlier sources
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