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Statewide Nevada Railroad Links
listing of surviving steam locomotives in Nevada
'list of Nevada railroads' page at Wikipedia
TrainWeb / Tourist Railways / Nevada website got hacked {2017}

                 

General Railroad Links

American Railroads Pages at Spirit of America Bookstore
Railroad Film Festival Pages at Spirit of America Bookstore

May 10th is National Train Day in USA [est. 2008]

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Railroad Links within Nevada

logo for the Nevada State Railroad Museum [est. 1980] in Carson City, Nevada
Nevada State Railroad Museum [est. 1980] in Carson City, Nevada
Friends of the Nevada State Railroad Museum - Carson City

Nevada Copper Belt caboose #3 is in service at N.S.R.M. in Carson City
narrow-gauge ex-DS&CVRR 0-4-2T steam locomotive 'Joe Douglass' is on display at N.S.R.M. in Carson City
the body of 1913 Nevada Copper Belt motor car #22 (ex-Salt Lake & Utah #503) is in storage at N.S.R.M. in Carson City

logo for the Nevada Southern Railway at Boulder City, Nevada
Nevada State Railroad Museum at Boulder City [est. 1985], 601 Yucca Street
technically, the museum operates the Nevada Southern Railroad across the street and is not open to the public

Nevada Southern Railway [open 2002] at the Boulder City Railroad Museum
1939 EMD NW-2 ex-U.P. diesel-electric yard switcher #1000 operative & in use
1950 Fairbanks-Morse H12 ex-NYC diesel-electric locomotive #1855 operative & in use
1963 EMD GP-30 ex-U.P. diesel-electric locomotive #844 operative & in use
1964 G.E. 80-ton center-cab ex-Nevada Test Site diesel-electric yard switcher #L-3 operative & in use

Nevada Southern Live Steamers [est. 2011] 7½-inch gauge facility

further details about the Nevada Southern Railway can be found below

Austin, Nevada
0-4-0CA {compressed air} locomotive built by Universal Dredge Mfg.

Boulder City, Nevada in Clark County
Nevada State Railroad Museum at Boulder City [est. 1985] {see above}

Caliente, Nevada in Lincoln County
Caliente [NV] Railroad Depot [built by U.P. in 1923] is in use for city offices & museum  click here for photograph (in a new window)

Carson City & County, Nevada
besides all the displays and equipment at the Nevada State Railroad Museum {above}
second Wabuska, Nevada railroad station built by S.P. in 1906; moved to Carson City in 1983 & restored
1872 Virginia & Truckee Railroad Depot in Carson City • entry at Wikipedia

Gold Hill, Nevada
Gold Hill Depot donated to county in 1950; still standing

Henderson, Nevada in Clark County
Clark County Heritage Museum, 1830 So. Boulder Highway in Henderson, Nevada
Boulder City Depot [built 1931, moved 1976]
1918 Baldwin Union Pacific 0-6-0 steam locomotive #4442 is on outdoor display at Clark County Museum in Henderson, Nevada
other eqipment on display include 1920s boxcar, 1940s caboose, U.P. passenger combine car


Las Vegas, Nevada in Clark County
1875 narrow-gauge E&P 4-4-0 locomotive 'Eureka' was restored in 1991 and is on display in Las Vegas.

The Black Hawk 1903 Pullman business car #92 on indoor display in Las Vegas, Nevada
[built in 1903 by Pullman for Charles Elliott Perkins, President of CB&Q RR; sold to Buffalo Bill as personal private car,
1906-1917; on static display inside Main Street Station Hotel]
The Louisa Alcott 1926 Pullman private railcar on static display inside Main Street Station Hotel
Southern Pacific RR Cascade Pullman parlor car on static display inside Main Street Station Hotel
U.P. dome lounge #9000 on static display inside Main Street Station Hotel

Las Vegas Garden Railway Society

Las Vegas Railroad Society [est. 1999]
Tropicana Express Hotel in Laughlin, Nevada donated their entire operational narrow-gauge railroad to LVRR in December 2012
2-4-0T #7 'Gambler' - since converted to 4-4-0?
0-4-0 diesel #11 'Lucky Lady'
two open-bench passenger cars


Pioche, Nevada in Lincoln County
1912 Schenectady narrow-gauge 2-6-0 C&NW steam locomotive #279 'Dinky'
(to Pioche & Pacific RR in 1927, to Bristol Silver Mines in 1930) on outdoor display in Pioche.

Reno, Nevada in Washoe County
Southern Pacific Railroad station in Reno, Nevada


Sparks, Nevada in Washoe County
1907 Baldwin narrow-gauge 4-6-0 steam locomotive #8  click here for 1948 b&w photograph (in a new window)  click here for color photograph (in a new window)  click here for 1995 color photograph (in a new window)
[built 1907 for N.C.O. Rwy; sold to S.P.N.G.R.R. in 1928; donated to State of Nevada in 1955; moved to city park in Sparks, Nevada by 1990s]
Southern Pacific RR business car #132 'City of Sparks' parked behind S.P.N.G.R.R. locomotive at Sparks, Nevada city park  click here for photograph (in a new window)
Southern Pacific red cupola caboose #1153 on outdoor display at Railroad Park in Sparks, Nevada  click here for photograph (in a new window)
Southern Pacific wide-view caboose #1857 on outdoor display at Railroad Park in Sparks, Nevada

Virginia City, Nevada
Virginia City, Nevada Tourism Commission
GOLD STAR: restored V&T engine #18 'Dayton' is on static display inside  BLACK STAR: they have no website, not even a real Facebook page  Comstock History Center at corner of E and Union Streets in Virginia City, Nevada

Virginia & Truckee Railroad Depot [built 1870], 166 F Street in Virginia City, Nevada
closed in 1950; private residence until purchase by V&T RR in 2013; re-opened as V&T RR Depot in 2013

1888 combine car #25 purchased in 1975; used as V&T RR Virginia City ticket office and headquarters from 1976 to 2013

Virginia & Truckee Railroad [1869-1950, rebuilt 1972 & 2006] Page


Class 1 Railroads of Nevada
The seven Class I railroads of America are a monopoly: their combined sales revenue is 91% of all U.S. rail freight traffic.
The U.S. railroad industry took in over $69 billion in revenue in 2012.

Union Pacific Railroad logo
Union Pacific Railroad
[est. 1862, U.P./S.P. merger Sept. 1996]
official website • entry at Wikipedia
Union Pacific Historical Society [est. 1984]
Union Pacific Railroad Museum [opened 2003] in Council Bluffs, Iowa

Southern Pacific Railroad entry at Wikipedia
Southern Pacific RR Historical & Technical Society

Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad herald     Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad ad logo
Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railway
[Est. 1849 & 1859; 1960 merger of Great Northern, Northern Pacific, CB&Q; 1970 merger with SP&S and Pacific Coast RR to form Burlington Northern;
Frisco merger 1980; merger of BN & SF Sept. 1995; purchased by Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway for $44 billion in November 2009.

The B.N.S.F. Railroad has no trackage in Nevada, but uses Union Pacific's {formerly Southern Pacific} Central Corridor westward from
Denver, Colorado via the Moffat Tunnel to Salt Lake City, then across Nevada and over Donner Pass to the San Francisco Bay Area.
official website • entry at Wikipedia

older Amtrak Passenger Service logo       new Amtrak Passenger Service logo
Amtrak Passenger Service [est. May 1971]
official website • Wikipedia

Amtrak's route from Denver, Colorado via the Moffat Tunnel to California includes stations/stops at Elko, Winnemucca, and Reno in Nevada.
Amtrak California Zephyr {Chicago thru Denver & Utah to San Francisco Bay}

Amtrak has no service to Las Vegas, Nevada.

Shortline & Historic Railroads of Nevada
'list of Nevada railroads' page at Wikipedia
U.P.R.R. Shortline Railroad Profiles for Nevada (missing 12/2014)


Battle Mountain-Lewis Railway

Bullfrog Goldfield Railroad (BGR)

California, Arizona and Santa Fe Railway


fancy letterhead of the Carson & Colorado Railroad, circa 1892         yellow & blue Logo for Southern Pacific Lines
Carson & Colorado RR / Nevada & California RR / Southern Pacific Narrow-Gauge RR [1880-1960]

G.E. Nordell's Carson & Colorado / Nevada & California / Southern Pacific Narrow-Gauge Railroads Page


Carson Valley Railroad

narrow-gauge G.W. Chubbuck - Lake Valley Railroad

Dayton, Sutro & Carson Valley Railroad

Deep Creek Railroad [1916-1939]

Eagle Salt Works Railroad Company [1903-1916]


Eureka and Palisade Railroad [1873-1902]
Eureka and Palisade Railway [1902-1910]
Eureka Nevada Railway [1912-1938]

The Eureka & Palisade Railroad was a 3-foot (914 mm) narrow gauge railroad constructed in 1873-1875 between Palisade and Eureka, Nevada,
a distance of approximately 85 miles, to connect the rich silver mining area of Eureka, with the national railway network at Palisade.
no official website • entry at Wikipedia
1875 narrow-gauge E&P 4-4-0 locomotive 'Eureka' was restored in 1991 and is on display in Las Vegas, Nevada.
1915 H.K. Porter narrow-gauge E&P 2-6-2 Prairie #7 runs daily {in season} at Silverwood Theme Park [est. 1988] in Athol, Idaho


Fernley & Lassen Railway [1912-56] subsidiary of SP; ran to Susanville, California

Gardnerville & Southern Railroad

narrow-gauge Giroux Consolidated Mines Company Railroad [1907-1913]
Consolidated Coppermines Company (CCC) [1913-1919]
Consolidated Coppermines Corporation [1922-1958]

Golconda-Adelaide Railroad [1897-1900]

Goldfield Railroad

Goldfield Consolidated Milling & Transportation Company

Kennecott Utah Copper Corporation [merger 1989]
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kennecott_Utah_Copper

Lake Tahoe Railway & Transportation Company

Las Vegas and Tonopah Railroad [1905-1918]
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Las_Vegas_and_Tonopah_Railroad


Utah, Nevada and California Railroad [1899-1903]
San Pedro, Los Angeles and Salt Lake Railroad [1903-1916]
Los Angeles and Salt Lake Railroad [1916-1987] > Union Pacific


Nevada and Oregon Railroad [1880-1884]
Nevada and California Railroad [1884-1893]
Nevada and California Railway [1905-1912] > Central Pacific Railway


best available Nevada-California-Oregon Railway herald
Nevada-California-Oregon Railway [narrow-gauge; 1880-1929]
TA's Nevada-California-Oregon Railway fansite
N.C.O. Railway history pages at Narrow Gauge on the Net


Nevada Central Railroad [1880-1938]
92-mile-long narrow-gauge line from Battle Mountain to the Union Pacific mainline at Austin, Nevada
no official website • entry at Wikipedia

1881 narrow-gauge 2-6-0 Mogul steam locomotive #2 'Sidney Dillon' was renamed 'Emma Nevada' & restored by Ward Kimball;
donated to O.E.R.M. where it is on static display
1876 narrow-gauge 4-4-0 American loco #5 'Sonoma' donated to California State Railroad Museum in 1977 where it is on static display
1881 narrow-gauge coach #3 'Silver State' donated to R&LHS in 1938, then to C.S.R.M. in 1969 where it is restored & on display

Nevada Central Sagebrush Narrow Gauge book by Mallory Hope Ferrell  
"Nevada Central: Sagebrush Narrow Gauge" [2010]
by Mallory Hope Ferrell

Heimburger House Publng 11x8¾ hardcover [6/2010] for $39.18
Heimburger House Publng hardcover [6/2010] out of print/used
Story of Austin Nevada & The Nevada Central Railroad book by Michael J. Brown  "The Story of Austin Nevada & The Nevada Central Railroad" [2013]
by Michael Brown

LULU.com 9¾x7½ pb [8/2013] for $14.36


Nevada Copper Belt Railroad [1909-47]
Nevada Copper Belt caboose #2, on blocks behind the SP Depot in Fernley NV
Nevada Copper Belt caboose #3, in service at NSRM in Carson City, NV
1911 Nevada Copper Belt motor car #21 Yerington built by Hall-Scottis stored 'serviceable'
at the California State Railroad Museum in Sacramento
the body of 1913 Nevada Copper Belt motor car #22 (ex-Salt Lake & Utah #503) is in storage
at Nevada State Railroad Museum in Carson City


Nevada Industrial Switch (PGFX)

Nevada Midland Railroad Company


Nevada Northern Railway Company 'The Ely Route' herald
Nevada Northern Railway Company [1905-1983] in Ely, Nevada
official website • entry at Wikipedia

Nevada Northern Railway book by Mark S. & J. Joan Bassett  
"Nevada Northern Railway (Images of Rail)" [Aug 2011]
by Mark S. Bassett & J. Joan Bassett

Arcadia Publng 9x7 pb [8/2011] for $16.67

Nevada Northern Railway Museum [est. 1986] in East Ely, Nevada
official website {redirect} • entry at Wikipedia
1909 Alco 2-8-0 steam locomotive #93 is in regular service
1910 Baldwin 4-6-0 steam locomotive #40 was restored to operation in 2005
1937 G.E. 75-ton Kennecott Copper center-cab electric locomotive #80 is on outdoor display
1941 G.E. 85-ton Kennecott Copper center-cab electric locomotive #81 is on outdoor display
1949 Alco RS-2 diesel locomotive #105 is in regular service
1950 Alco RS-3 diesel locomotive #109 is in regular service
Nevada Northern 3-window cupola caboose #3 - painted yellow, on display at the Nevada Northern Shops in East Ely  click here for photograph (in a new window)
Nevada Northern wide-view cupola caboose #6 - painted yellow and in daily service at the Nevada Northern Railway in East Ely
Kennecott Mines 2-window cupola caboose #22 - painted yellow and in daily service at the Nevada Northern Railway in East Ely  click here for photograph (in a new window)


Nevada Short Line Railway [1913-1918]


logo for the Nevada Southern Railway at Boulder City, Nevada
Nevada Southern Railway [open 2002]
across the street from Nevada State Railroad Museum at Boulder City [est. 1985] at 601 Yucca Street
operates on seven miles of former U.P. track to Railroad Pass; round trip is 45 minutes
official N.S.R. website • museum entry at Wikipedia

1896 Baldwin narrow-gauge C-18 class 2-8-0 steam locomotive #12 (ex-F&CC, ex-Eureka Nevada) - on display
1907 Union Pacific 2-8-0 steam locomotive #264/6264 was cosmetically restored in 2005 - on display
1923 2-8-2 steam locomotive #35 (ex-Pacific Lumber, ex-Heber Valley) was cosmetically restored in 2013 - on display
rusty 1936 Davenport 0-6-0 diesel-electric switcher - on display
1939 EMD NW-2 ex-U.P. diesel-electric yard switcher #1000 operative & in use
1950 Fairbanks-Morse H12 ex-NYC diesel-electric locomotive #1855 operative & in use
1963 EMD GP-30 ex-U.P. diesel-electric locomotive #844 operative & in use
1964 G.E. 80-ton center-cab ex-Nevada Test Site diesel-electric yard switcher #L-3 operative & in use
G.E. 25-ton ex-Nevada Test Site diesel-electric yard switcher #L-2 is in storage
Davenport 44-ton diesel-electric yard switcher #1051 - on display
Union Pacific cupola caboose #3505 - on display
Railway Post Office car - on display
narrow-gauge steam locomotive #7 is in storage
speeder painted orange
daily consist may contain caboose #107, open-air tourist coach #501, gondola tourist car #506, coach #601,
gondola tourist car #602, coach #603, coach #604, and a box car


Nevada Transportation Company [1912-1938]

Northern Nevada Railroad [1991-1996]
B.H.P. Nevada_Railroad [1996–99]
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BHP_Nevada_Railroad


Oregon Short Line [1881-89]
Oregon Short Line and Utah Northern Railway [1889-1897, under U.P. 1898-1987]
Oregon Short Line Railroad [1897-1903]
Oregon Short Line Railroad [1924-1973]

Pioche and Bullionville Railroad [1872-1881]
Pioche Pacific Transportation Company [1891-1913]
Pioche Pacific Railroad [1913-1947]

Rawhide Western Railway

Silver Peak Railroad [1906-1918]

Six Companies, Inc. [est. 1931-submerged late 1930s] at Boulder Dam
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Six_Companies,_Inc.#Six_Companies_Railroad


old-fashion yellow & black logo for Central Pacific Railroad, circa 1869          yellow & blue logo for Southern Pacific Lines
Central Pacific Railroad [1862-1899]
Central Pacific Railway [1899-1959]
Southern Pacific Company [1885-1969]
Southern Pacific Transportation Company [1969-1998]
> Union Pacific
Southern Pacific Railroad entry at Wikipedia
Southern Pacific RR Historical & Technical Society

Central Pacific Railroad Across Nevada book by Lawrence K. Hersh  
"The Central Pacific Railroad Across Nevada, 1867 & 1997: Photographic Comparatives" [2000] by Lawrence K. Hersh
self-publd 11½x9 hardcover [2000] out of print/used


Tonopah Railroad [1903-1905]
Tonopah and Goldfield Railroad [1905-1947]
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tonopah_and_Goldfield_Railroad


Tonopah and Tidewater Railroad [1905-1940]
The narrow-gauge Tonopah and Tidewater Railroad hauled borax and gold and mining supplies. Originally built by Francis Marion 'Borax' Smith of the famed Twenty Mule
Team operations to haul his wealth of borax from the depths of Death Valley, California. It also served as a connecting line to the gold and silver mines of southern Nevada
and in latter days thrived as a shipper of talc and clay. The route in Nevada ran south 66 miles from Tonopah to Goldfield to the California border, then south 138 miles
in California to Death Valley Junction, Baker, and headquarters at Ludlow.
Tonopah & Tidewater RR entry at Wikipedia
Phil Serpico's Tonopah & Tidewater Railroad fansite

Tonopah & Tidewater Railroad Nevada Short Line book by Phil Serpico  "Tonopah & Tidewater Railroad: The Nevada Short Line" [2013] by Phil Serpico
The Tonopah & Tidewater Railroad existed from 1905 to 1940, hauling borax and gold and mining supplies; book includes material on the Death Valley and 'Baby Gage' railroads at Ryan, as well as the Bullfrog Goldfield, the Las Vegas & Tonopah, the Tecopa Railroad, the Borate & Daggett Railroad, and the Ludlow & Southern. Contains nearly 500 black & white photos and illustrations, including timetables and maps; 60 color images of ephemera; and comprehensive locomotive, rolling stock, and station name rosters.
OMNI Publns 11x8½ hardcover [9/2013] out of print/used
possibly also available from publisher OMNI Railroad Books of Palmdale, California


Union Pacific Railroad []


Verdi Lumber Company [?-1927]
http://www.verdihistory.org/docs/verdilumber.pdf


Virginia & Truckee Railroad [1869-1950, rebuilt 1972 & 2006] Page
Virginia & Truckee Railroad Restoration
official V&T RR website • V&T RR entry at Wikipedia


Western Pacific Railway [1903-1916]
Western Pacific Railroad [1916-1987] > UP

Books & Other Media
browse books about Nevada Railroads {returns 1,800+ items} at Amazon

Railroads of Nevada and Eastern California, Volume 1 book by David F. Myrick  "Railroads of Nevada and Eastern California, Volume I: The Northern Roads" [1962]
by David F. Myrick

rail lines covered are: Battle Mountain-Lewis Railway; Boca & Loyalton RR; Bodie & Benton Railway; Carson Valley RR; G.W. Chubbuck - Lake Valley RR; Crown Willamette Paper Company; Eagle Salt Works RR Company; Eureka Palisade RR; Gardnerville & Southern RR; Giroux Consolidated Mines Company; Golconda-Adelaide RR; Goldfield RR; Goldfield Consoli-dated Milling & Transportation Company; Lake Tahoe Railway & Transportation Company; Nevada-California-Oregon Rail-way; Nevada Midland RR Company; Nevada Northern Railway; Nevada Short Line Railway; Oregon Short Line and Idaho Central; Owens River Valley Electric Railway Company; Rawhide Western Railway; Sierra Valleys Railway; Verdi Lumber Company; and chapters on Logging Railroads of the Lake Tahoe and Truckee River Basin, and on Other Early Lumber Railroads in the Truckee Area
Univ Nevada Press 11¼x8¾ hardcover [10/92] for $57.30
Howell-North Books hardcover [4/82] out of print/used
Howell-North Books 11x9 hardcover [1962] out of print/used
Railroads of Nevada and Eastern California, Volume 2 book by David F. Myrick  "Railroads of Nevada and Eastern California, Volume II: The Southern Roads" [1992]
by David F. Myrick

rail lines covered are: Amboy-Saltus RR; American Carrara Marble Company; Atlantic & Pacific RR; Bonnie Claire and Ubehere; Borate & Daggett RR; Bullfrog Goldfield RR; Death Valley RR; Epsom Salts Railroad (monorail); Las Vegas & Tonopah RR; Lida Valley RR; Ludlow & Southern Railway Company; Mohave & Milltown Railway; Mojave Northern RR; Nevada Southern Railway; Randsburg Railway Company; The Salt Lake Route; Six Companies, Inc.; Tecopa RR Company and the Greenwater copper boom; Tonopah and Tidewater RR; Trona Railway Company; and Yellow Pine Mining Company; with chapters on Calico and Its Silver Railroad, Pioche and Its Railroads, Reno Streetcar Lines, and Searchlight and Its Railroads; as well as a Roster of Locomotives and an Index to Volumes I and II
Univ Nevada Press 11¼x8¾ hardcover [10/92] for $66.82
Howell-North Books 11x8¾ hardcover [1963] out of print/used
Railroads of Nevada and Eastern California, Volume 3 book by David F. Myrick  "Railroads of Nevada and Eastern California, Volume III: More On The Northern Roads" [2007]
by David F. Myrick

rail lines covered are: {more} Boca & Loyalton RR; Bucks Lake RR; Carson & Colorado Railway; Central Pacific RR; Clover Valley Lumber Company; Davies Box & Lumber Company; Feather River Lumber Company; Feather River Railway; Fernley & Lassen Rail-way Company; Fruit Growers Lumber Company; Indian Valley RR; Lake Almanor & Caribou Powerhouse; Lassen Lumber & Box Company; Massack Timber & Lumber Company; Modoc Northern Railway and Goose Lake & South-ern Railway; Nevada-California-Oregon Railway (The Final Years of..); Nibley-Stoddard Lumber Company; Northern Calif-ornia RR Company; Quincy & Eastern Rail-way Company; Quincy Lumber Company; Red River Lumber Company; Sierra Valleys Railway; Sloat Lumber Company; Spanish Peak Lumber Company; Surprise Valley Railway; and Swayne Lumber Company; with chapters on the Feather River Power Plant Railroads, on the Oro Electric Corp. proposed railroad to a power plant on Yellow Creek, and on Recent Developments in Nevada Railroads
Univ Nevada Press 11x8½ hardcover [10/2007] for $66.82

"Railroads of Nevada and Eastern California" 3-volume set [2007] by David F. Myrick
Univ Nevada Press 11¼x8¼x3¾" wide slipcover set [10/2007] - out of print/sold out

Encyclopedia of Western Railroad History - Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah book by Donald B. Robertson  "Encyclopedia of Western Railroad History, Volume 1: The Desert States - Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah" [1986] by Donald B. Robertson
Caxton Press 11¼x8¾ hardcover [9/86] out of print/many used

Ghost Train video of Nevada Northern and Virginia & Truckee  
Skyfire Presents "Ghost Train" [indep Nov 2001]
73-minute color video featuring Nevada Northern RR 4-6-0 steam locomotive #40,
with visual story of the Virginia & Truckee RR
• not listed at IMDb
Skyfire color VHS [11/2001] out of prodn/used
Mountain Thunder railroad movies on DVD  "Mountain Thunder" [2006]
Footage shot by Peter Crook in 2006 of: Heber Valley Baldwin 2-8-0 Consolidation hauling freight in the snow; Nevada Northern 4-6-0 #40 pulling a passenger train; and Nevada Northern Alco 2-8-0 #93 leading a freight train; plus 20 minutes of bonus footage
Highball Prodns widescreen color DVD-R [4/2006] for $24.95
also available at the producer's website for $24.95 + s/h


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Virginia Truckee RR's Gold Hill Depot in use for on-location movie shoot, with V&T locomotive #29 steaming past


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