History of Lund, Utah
Taken from the Utah Place Names (Links Added)

LUND

Lund was a station on the branch line from the Union Pacific Railroad to Cedar City, thirty-three miles southeast. It was named for Utah state legislator and local mine owner Robert C. Lund of St. George. Lund was also a director of the railroad.

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