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Downtown Reno

Date of photo: May 9, 1868
Photographer: Unknown

Source: Facebook: Ken Clark

Tags: downtownreno, reno, virginiastreet, virginiastreetbridge,

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Looking south on Virginia Street in downtown Reno, from around First Street. The wooden Virginia Street Bridge over the Truckee River can be seen in the distance.

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Date Uploaded: November 15, 2020

Permanent Link: http://wnhpc.com/details/fb4503726196368680

Contributor: Ken Clark on Facebook

Source: Facebook: Ken Clark

Source URL: https://www.facebook.com/photo/?fbid=4503726196368680&set=a.104791189595558

Source Caption: I recently ran across this photo of downtown Reno dated May 9, 1868. I haven't seen this photo before so I thought I would share it. S. Virginia and First looking south. photo credit unknown. Central Pacific officials looked ahead of the eastward progress of railroad construction to select a site for a station in western Nevada. Myron Lake’s vast acreage on both sides of his bridge looked suitable. Early in March 1868 Charles Crocker of the Central Pacific got together with Lake; ultimately the latter offered to deed 80 acres of land to the railroad if it would build its depot within the town site limits.


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