Lynndyl is located 17 miles northeast of Delta on Highway 6. The main line of the Union Pacific Railroad from Salt Lake City to Los Angeles goes through the western edge of town.

 

The town began in 1907 and was the first railroad terminal south of Salt Lake City. At Lynndyl’s peak, there was a railroad shop, railroad station, land office for railroad officials and a large hotel. In 1911, set­tlers came to farm the area and the town was given the name Lynn, which was later changed by the post office to Lynndyl.

 

Lat: 39.519254          Long: -112.375460

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