Middlegate, Nevada

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Middlegate, Nevada
Unincorporated community
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Middlegate, Nevada is located in Nevada
Middlegate, Nevada
Middlegate, Nevada
Coordinates: 39°17′16″N 118°01′35″W / 39.28778°N 118.02639°W / 39.28778; -118.02639Coordinates: 39°17′16″N 118°01′35″W / 39.28778°N 118.02639°W / 39.28778; -118.02639
Country United States
State Nevada
County Churchill
Elevation 4,610 ft (1,410 m)
Time zone UTC-8 (Pacific (PST))
 • Summer (DST) UTC-7 (PDT)
Area code(s) 775
GNIS feature ID 856080[1]

Middlegate is an unincorporated community along "The Loneliest Road in America", U.S. Route 50, in Churchill County, Nevada, United States.[1]

The local bar, gas station, and restaurant of Middlegate were the location for Black Road, Gregory Hutton's award-winning 2002 short film starring William Nilon.[2][3]

Stephen King was inspired by and lived in Middlegate for 6 months while writing the novel Desperation.[4]