Sage is an authentic ghost town that is disappearing fast. It is rough and dirty, with lots of debris and no one to protect it from vandals. Sage was once home to coal miners and livestock ranchers, and it was probably a shipping point for local livestock since it is next to the Union Pacific railroad tracks. There was a Post Office here from 1900 to 1973.
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