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Reno V&T Train Yard

Photographer: Unknown

Source: Virginia and Truckee: The Bonanza Road

Tags: reno, vt17, vtrailroad, vtrenoenginehouse,

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This is a good overview of the V&T's Reno railyard. In the center, Engine #17, "Columbus", takes on water at the water tank. To the right is the turntable that would turn engines around after making the trip from Carson, and past that is the single-stall enginehouse where locomotives were kept overnight to be ready for the morning train. Just out of frame to the left is the bridge over the Truckee River.


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Date Uploaded: March 27, 2008

Permanent Link: http://wnhpc.com/details/tbr0003

Source: Virginia and Truckee: The Bonanza Road

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