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The Virginia and Truckee Railroad (reporting mark VT) was built to serve the silver mining communities of Nevada. At its height, the railroad’s route ran from Reno south to Carson City, Nevada. In Carson City, the mainline split into two branches. One branch continued south to Minden, while the other branch traveled east to Virginia City. The first section constructed from Virginia City to Carson City was constructed commencing in 1869 to haul ore, lumber and supplies for the Comstock Lode
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Howdy how are ya,really glad to hear it. I record moments in time for a living while working in a camera store to pay the bills. While I sell the newest and greatest gizmos, I would prefer to be out recording images to grace walls around the world. Like what you see make it yours and give it a good home.

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  • Cagey
    Cageyalmost 4 years ago

    Stunning Jeffrey. The more I look, the more I see, the more I like.

  • Jeffrey  Sinnock
    Jeffrey Sinnockalmost 4 years ago

    The train tracks opened up yesterday for this ride,short but fun… Glad you like

  • TREVOR34
    TREVOR34almost 4 years ago

    Lovely image. I like the working environment feel of this……

  • Switching tracks to go back home,very cool to watch.

    – Jeffrey Sinnock

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