I grew up in a town just west of Kimana, called Shoshone. I worked summer for the Bureau of Land Management and I have been there many times.
It is located on the main line of the Union Pacific R/R. There is a couple of R/R siding there and a old water tank that the steam engines used.
In the early 1900's , in the spring time the sheep would need to get the wool sheared off. This men would travel around to different owner. In the late 1940's, I remember the men would shear the while in Muldoon, Fish Creek and Carey.
They would get paid by how many sheep each man sheared.
Hope, this helps alittle. At the present time I don't believe anybody lives there. Near by there is alot of big farms.