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The Glenbrook

Truckee Depot

Date of photo: 1914
Photographer: Unknown

Source: Facebook: Nevada State Railroad Museum, Carson City

Tags: laketahoerailway, theglenbrook, truckee,

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A Lake Tahoe Railway & Transportation Company train, hauled by the locomotive Glenbrook, at the Truckee depot.


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Date Uploaded: June 30, 2015

Permanent Link: http://wnhpc.com/details/fb10152883824860669

Contributor: Nevada State Railroad Museum, Carson City on Facebook

Source: Facebook: Nevada State Railroad Museum, Carson City

Source URL: https://www.facebook.com/NSRMCC/photos/a.10150660061400669.387779.187469455668/10152883824860669/?type=1

Source Caption: Five days until the Glenbrook unveiling! After the lumber business ended at Lake Tahoe, Carson & Tahoe Lumber & Fluming Company principal Duane L. Bliss turned his attention towards tourism. Bliss constructed a narrow guage railroad, the Lake Tahoe Railway & Transportation Company, between Truckee and Tahoe City in California in 1899. The Glenbrook moved over to the LTR&T and hauled tourists from a connection with the Southern Pacific at Truckee to the shores of Lake Tahoe until its retirement in 1926. In this photo the Glenbrook, relettered for the LTR&T, poses at the depot in Truckee circa 1914.

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