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Eureka Mill Railroad

Date of photo: 1890
Photographer: Unknown

Source: Facebook: Mike Cunningham

Tags: carsonrivercanyon, eurekamill, eurekamillrr,

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Near the Eureka Mill along the Carson River, the locomotive of the Eureka Mill Railroad travels over a trestle along the line to the mill.


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Date Uploaded: November 14, 2020

Permanent Link: http://wnhpc.com/details/fb10218462190131490

Contributor: Mike Cunningham on Facebook

Source: Facebook: Mike Cunningham

Source URL: https://www.facebook.com/photo/?fbid=10218462190131490&set=gm.3526846437380797

Source Caption: The Eureka Mill Railroad's Porter Locomotive No. 1 (0-4-0T), built in 1887, crossing the Gold Canyon trestle (ca. 1890). This railroad connected with the Virginia and Truckee Railroad at Merrimac, a point approx. one mile below Santiago, with the Eureka Mill, on the Carson River. It was 1 1/8 miles in length and was completed in March 1872 by the Union Mill Company to transport ore from the main line of the V&T to its mill on the Carson River. In early reports it is noted tha… See More

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