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Train Yards

Date of photo: 1949
Photographer: Daun Bohall

Tags: carsoncity, safeway, vtcaboose24, vtrailroad, vtrailyards,

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A look at the V&T Train yards in Carson City. This view looks west down the main line; the passenger depot is hidden in the trees to the left, and the rails continue down Washington Street on their way to Reno. The water tank is on the left, the car barn is on the right where motor cars like McKeen #22 were kept. V&T Caboose #24 sits on a siding but the train itself is nowhere to be seen.

IN the background behind the caboose you can see the Safeway store that used to sit a Carson and Washington. Behind the car barn you can see the back of the Civic Auditorium, which today houses the Children's Museum.


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Date Uploaded: March 18, 2010

Permanent Link: http://wnhpc.com/details/photo0231

Contributor: Dan Zampirro

View on Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/scottschrantz/4443803616

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