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202 Main St

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Portola, CA 96122

280 S Bonta St

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Portola, CA 96103

284 Clio State 40 A Rd

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Portola, CA 96106

440 S Gulling St

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Portola, CA 96122

440 S Gulling St

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Portola, CA 96122

96 E Sierra St

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Portola, CA 96122

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215 Main St

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14903 Alder Creek Rd

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8669 Salmon Ave

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Stateline, NV 96150

8669 Salmon Ave

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Kings Beach, CA 96143

472 E Johnstonville Rd

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Janesville, CA 96130

475 North Lake Blvd

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Alpine Meadows, CA 96145

47 E Bridge St

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Fort Bidwell, CA 96112

4039 Lake Tahoe Blvd

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Zephyr Cove, NV 96150

7005 N Lake Blvd

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Tahoe Vista, CA 96148

310 E Mcdowell Ave

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Alturas, CA 96101

401 Peninsula Dr

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Westwood, CA 96137

600 Davenport Ct

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Wellington, NV 96107

131 County Rd

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Sattley, CA 96124

284 Clio State 40 A Rd

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Clio, CA 96106

14845 State Route 89

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Markleeville, CA 96120

745 850 Rachel Dr

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Milford, CA 96109

5075 N Lake Blvd

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Carnelian Bay, CA 96140

480 Main St

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Cedarville, CA 96104

35 E North St

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Lake City, CA 96115

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Portola is the only incorporated city in Plumas County, California, United States. The population was 2,104 at the 2010 census, down from 2,227 at the 2000 census. Portola is located on the Middle Fork of the Feather River and was named after Spanish explorer Gaspar de Portolá, although he did not explore this area. The name is generally mispronounced in an anglicized way, with stress on the middle syllable, thus ignoring the accent mark in its namesake's surname. Portola is a crew change site on the Western Pacific Railroad (now Union Pacific Railroad) Feather River Route over the Sierra Nevada mountains. The city is also home to the Western Pacific Railroad Museum (formerly Portola Railroad Museum), one of the largest railroad museums in the Western US. The museum is famous for its Run A Locomotive program, where the public can participate in a "fantasy experience" program allowing them to run a railroad locomotive on the museum grounds. Portola was in the national media spotlight in 1996–1997 when a conflict occurred between the local community and the Department of Fish and Game over how to deal with an invasive species of northern pike in Lake Davis. The lake was chemically treated in 1997 to eradicate the fish, but they reappeared in 1999. In early September 2007, the California Department of Fish and Game eradicated the pike using CFT Legumine, a new liquid formulation of rotenone.

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