The Railroad Gold Project is the Company’s flagship project in North Central Nevada. The 100% owned/controlled project, covers approximately 208 sq. km (52.7k acres) (see map below). The property is located within the prolific Carlin Trend, adjacent to Newmont’s Rain and Emigrant mines, and is 47 kilometers southwest of Elko. The Railroad project encompasses the entire “Fourth Window” on the Carlin Trend (see map below). It encompasses a unique target-rich district which still remains predominantly untested. Gold Standard continues to explore and discover new gold zones throughout the property. The Company has prioritized three advanced targets for further work this year – the newly discovered Dark Star deposit, the near surface oxide-gold Pinion deposit and the classic Carlin style North Bullion deposit, with significant drilling (10,600m) also targeting numerous early-stage discoveries. The Railroad project also covers 14 km of the Bullion Fault Corridor, a major gold-mineralized north south trending structural corridor, which hosts both Pinion and North Bullion deposits. North Bullion occurs near the north end of the structure and the Pinion occurs at southern end, with multiple untested target areas in between. While the Dark Star deposit is hosted at the north of the 7 km Dark Star Structural Corridor, which is being further tested with this year’s 48,800m program.