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Excursion at Gold Hill

Date of photo: 1938
Photographer: Unknown

Source: Virginia and Truckee Railroad 2010 Calendar

Tags: goldhill, goldhilldepot, vt11, vt27, vtrailroad,

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An excursion train sits at Gold Hill, ready to depart back to Carson City. This was one of the last excursions to Virginia City in 1938, and in fact the passenger cars only went as far as Gold Hill because of concerns about the stability of the tunnels on the line. Only the engines continued on to VC to get water and turn around on the turntable.


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Date Uploaded: September 9, 2010

Permanent Link: http://wnhpc.com/details/photo0308

Source: Virginia and Truckee Railroad 2010 Calendar

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