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Reno Depot

Date of photo: 1910
Photographer: Stanley Palmer

Source: Facebook: Nevada State Railroad Museum, Carson City

Tags: downtownreno, reno, renodepot, vt11, vtrailroad,

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Nevada State Railroad Museum


The Reno train depot in downtown Reno. The is the Southern Pacific side of the depot. The V&T Railroad tracks were on the opposite side of the building. This was the third depot built on this site. It was erected in December 1889.


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Date Uploaded: May 30, 2020

Permanent Link: http://wnhpc.com/details/fb10157414240485669

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.10150660061400669/10157414240485669/?type=3&theater

Source Caption: The Central Pacific's third depot in Reno was completed in December 1889. The new depot, a one-story structure, stood in contrast to the Depot Hotel. It covered the same footprint as the Depot Hotel, but featured massive brick walls and a low projecting slate roof. Included in the depot were all the typical amenities such as a waiting room, a baggage room, a telegraph office, and a ticket office. Missing were hotel rooms, a lunch counter and a bar, all of which could be found at various establishments along Commercial Row. The depot was simply a depot. This photo was taken by Stanley Palmer circa 1910. The third depot was replaced in 1926 by a modern structure that was in the works for years.

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