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Photographer: Unknown

Source: Facebook: Nevada State Railroad Museum, Carson City

Tags: carsontahoelumberflumingcompany, laketahoe, slaughterhousecanyon,

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Nevada State Railroad Museum


The Carson & Tahoe Lumber & Fluming Company Railroad traveled from Glenbrook on the shore of Lake Tahoe, to the top of the flume at Spooner Summit. It used several switchbacks along the way, located in Slaughterhouse Canyon. This is the end of one of the switchbacks, looking out over the waters of Lake Tahoe.


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Date Uploaded: January 12, 2021

Permanent Link: http://wnhpc.com/details/fb10158003351445669

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.10150660061400669/10158003351445669/

Source Caption: A view of Skunk Harbor and Lake Tahoe from the trestle of switchback number one on the Carson & Tahoe Lumber & Fluming Company, circa 1870s. The route featured two switchbacks to carry loads of lumber from the sawmills at Glenbrook up to Spooner Summit. (NSRM Collection)

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