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Carson City Lumberyard

Carson City Lumberyard

Date of photo: 1877
Photographer: Carleton Watkins

Source: Carson City: The Early Years

Tags: carsoncity, carsontahoelumberflumingcompany, cclumberyard, flume, vtrailroad,

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The lumberyard of the Carson & Tahoe Lumber & Fluming Company, located south of Carson City. The flumes coming down from Lake Tahoe terminated here, bringing sawed logs down from the mills at Glenbrook. Here the wood was stacked and loaded onto the trains of the V&T Railroad. The view looks north along the lumberyard. On of the smaller V&T engines sit in the center of the frame, its crew posing for the photo.


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Source: Carson City: The Early Years

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