ⓘ Cisco, Utah

                                     

ⓘ Cisco, Utah

The town started in the 1880s as a saloon and water-refilling station for the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad. As work crews and, later, travelers came through, stores, hotels and restaurants sprang up to accommodate them. Nearby cattle ranchers and sheep herders in the Book Cliffs north of town began using Cisco as a livestock and provisioning center. Around the turn of the 20th century, over 100.000 sheep were sheared at Cisco before being shipped to market. After oil and natural gas were discovered, people began traveling more and Cisco continued to grow. The towns decline coincided with the demise of the steam locomotive. A declining economy crashed when Interstate 70 was built, bypassing Cisco.

The site of the city contains many relics of a typical old West railroad town. Cisco survived long enough into the 20th century to be assigned a zip code, 84515. Ghost towns easy access and proximity to the freeway have lured vandals. Relics are heavily damaged and the town is dotted with abandoned vehicles. While Cisco had permanent residents for many years, there are many known deposits of shale oil, about Cisco, and efforts have been made over the years to extract this shale, leading to the city, with several residents working on the respective drilling companies-migrants.

In 1993, nearby, the family purchased 35 acres and to this day the inhabitants.

In the 2010s, Eileen Muse beginning Snæfellsjökull to Cisco, which has received some attention in the artist community.

                                     
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