Robinette, Oregon

Robinette is a former unincorporated community in Baker County, Oregon, United States. Robinette was platted around 1898, along a Northwest Railway Company line that never developed. In 1909, a railroad station and townsite at this locale were named for James E. Robinette, a native of Maryland. Robinette came to what was then Union County in 1884 a…
Robinette is a former unincorporated community in Baker County, Oregon, United States. Robinette was platted around 1898, along a Northwest Railway Company line that never developed. In 1909, a railroad station and townsite at this locale were named for James E. Robinette, a native of Maryland. Robinette came to what was then Union County in 1884 and settled on the west bank of the Snake River near the mouth of the Powder River in 1887. Robinette post office was also established in 1909.
  • Elevation: 2,077 ft (633 m)
  • Country: United States
  • State: Oregon
  • County: Baker
  • GNIS feature ID: 1126115
  • Time zone: UTC-8 (Pacific (PST))
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