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Super Chief Diner

Date of photo: Early 1950s
Photographer: Unknown

Source: Facebook: Jed Block

Tags: carsoncity, carsonstreet, mckeenmotorcar, superchiefdiner, vtrailroad,

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The front end of the Super Chief Diner. This diner sat in north Carson City, at 1510 N Carson Street, the southwest corner of Long and Carson Streets. It was made out of the body of the McKeen Motor Car that ran on the Virginia and Truckee Railroad for 35 years. The car was moved several times around town. Now it has been restored and is back on the rails at the Nevada State Railroad Museum.


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Date Uploaded: January 1, 2021

Permanent Link: http://wnhpc.com/details/fb10223446449246411

Contributor: Jed Block on Facebook

Source: Facebook: Jed Block

Source URL: https://www.facebook.com/photo/?fbid=10223446449246411&set=gm.3549974955055681

Source Caption: The McKeen motor car was located in 3 locations as a Diner, does anyone know what location this was? The first location was Carson and William, the second location was Long and Carson and the third location was across from the Carson Mall

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