Nevada 773 circumvents the Volcanic Hills between Nevada 264 (Dicalite Cutoff) to U.S. 6 in northwest Esmeralda County. The 10.49 mile highway provides a cutoff between U.S. 6 and U.S. 95 from Coaldale to Nevada 264 leading south across Fish Lake Valley to Dyer and Oasis, California.

Nevada 773 was originally numbered as Nevada 3A. Nevada 3A extended south along what is now Nevada 264 to the California state line.

Nevada 773 north
Appearing just beyond Nevada 264, this is the first reassurance shield for Nevada 773 northbound. 01/19/02
Nevada 773 proceeds northeast through sparsely populated Esmeralda County around the Volcanic Hills toward U.S. 6. 01/19/02
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An end shield for Nevada 773 is posted prior to the intersection with U.S. 6 west of Coaldale Junction. 11/11/08
U.S. 6 travels east from SR 773 to Coaldale Junction, where it combines with U.S. 95 south to Tonopah. U.S. 6 (Grand Army of the Republic Highway) heads west to Bishop, California via Montgomery Pass and Benton. 11/11/08
This postmile marker referenced the 35.86 miles separating the north end of Nevada 773 from the California state line south of Dyer. Collectively Nevada 264 and 773 were a part of Nevada 3A until 1976. 11/11/08
Nevada 773 south
The first reassurance shield for Nevada 773 south. The state route arcs southwest around the Volcanic Hills to meet Nevada 264 north of Fish Lake Valley. 11/11/08
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Nevada 773 concludes at Nevada 264 east of the White Mountains and north of Fish Lake Valley. Nevada 264 ventures south to Dyer and Oasis, California. 01/19/02

Photo Credits:

01/19/02, 11/11/08 by AARoads

Connect with:
State Route 264

Page Updated 06-26-2018.

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