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Colfax/Weimar

Named for Schuyler Colfax, Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives and former Vice President who came West to advocate the need for the first transcontinental railroad, the town of Colfax and its train station proved pivotal in the development of the railroad. Today, Colfax (Population: 2,057) and the Weimar area offer the opportunity to live in the rural beauty of the Sierra Nevada foothills with direct access to the Interstate-80 corridor for an easy commute to work, shop or dine in metro areas or a short drive for all the mountain recreation you can imagine. More than a stop along the interstate, the Colfax/Weimar area comprises a community proud of its history, businesses, schools, and quality of life.
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