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The Gypsum Train Yard is a location in the Mojave Wasteland in Fallout: New Vegas. It is located northwest of the cap counterfeiting shack and west of Bitter Springs.



This old Gypsum quarry is now home to a half-dozen Deathclaws, prowling the slightly irradiated water at the base of the quarry face, and conveyor belt. There’s little but death outside in the quarry or around the rusting carriages (including Cazadors to the southeast). Check the office shack for the following:Fallout: New Vegas Official Game Guide/Tour of the Mojave Wasteland


The outside is patrolled by many blind deathclaws and young deathclaws. The office building is occupied by three giant ants, whose bodies may or may not contain ant nectar and/or an ant egg or two. In addition, there are ten ant egg clutches, most of them containing ant meat.



  • There is a large possibility for the star bottle cap to find itself thrown around the room and with the possibility of becoming lost during the inevitable battle with residing ants in the confined space within. It may also clip through the desk, at which point it is impossible to retrieve without console commands or lucky explosives usage.
  • There is an unmarked train tunnel (with a Very Hard lock on both ends) north of the train yard that leads to Nellis Air Force Base and may be used to avoid the Anti-Aircraft Gun bombardment when approaching the Boomers' base.


Gypsum train yard appears only in Fallout: New Vegas.

Behind the scenes

The Gypsum train yard is located in the same geographical area as the real world Nevada Industrial Switch Railway Station serving PABCO Gypsum Mine in northeast Las Vegas, Nevada.


PCPC Playstation 3Playstation 3 Xbox 360Xbox 360 The Sunset Sarsaparilla Star Bottle Cap does not always appear. Reloading from a previous save may fix this. Alternatively tossing a frag grenade into the area of the desk (with the dead terminal) seems to shake it loose and make the bottle cap re-appear on the desk.[verified]