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Wabuska Depot

Wabuska Depot

Date of photo: July 1980
Photographer: Rob Sarberenyi

Tags: wabuska, wabuskadepot,

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The small town of Wabuska, in the Mason Valley north of Yerington, was a stop on the Carson and Colorado Railroad. After the Southern Pacific took over the railroad the depot there stayed in use for a while, but by the 1980s it was abandoned. In the late 80s it was moved to the Nevada State Railroad Museum where it was restored and now serves as the passenger depot for their steam train rides.


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Date Uploaded: May 11, 2017

Permanent Link: http://wnhpc.com/details/photo0419

Source URL: http://www.pbase.com/espeef5/image/48603011

Source Caption: View of the depot at Wabuska, Nevada in July 1980. The depot was later moved to Carson City, restored, and is now part of the Nevada State Railroad Museum.

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