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V&T Flatcar #57

Date of photo: July 1967
Photographer: Jack R. Leonard

Source: Facebook: Dan Haneckow

Tags: carsoncity, ccairport, vtflatcar57, vtrailroad,

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Virginia and Truckee Flatcar #57, on display at the Carson City Airport in 1967. In the 1960s a group of railfans tried to revive the Virginia and Truckee Railroad by laying some track at the Carson City Airport and running Engine #202 with V&T Flatcar #57. This effort didn't last long. This car now carries passengers at the Nevada State Railroad Museum.


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Date Uploaded: October 22, 2023

Permanent Link: http://wnhpc.com/details/fb10231273711367518

Contributor: Dan Haneckow on Facebook

Source: Facebook: Dan Haneckow

Source URL: https://www.facebook.com/groups/808084679229190/posts/6310227212348215/

Source Caption: Most of his model railroad was already sold off, but his slides remained undiscovered until I found them. Many were from right after the Burlington Northern merger. One group was a July 1967 trip to photograph remnants of the Virginia & Truckee. The pictures are taken near an airport but where? The majority were from Carson City and Virginia City, with a couple from Reno and some further out. Thoughts?

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