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Railroads of Nevada and Eastern California - Vol. 3
David Myrick's far-reaching research has produced an invaluable record of the development of rail transportation in the Far West. This final volume to his study of the roads of Nevada and Eastern California is a fascinating history of western railroads and the region they helped to build.    

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Photographs of the Carson River in Nevada

The Carson River begins in the Sierra Nevada Mountains and flows for about 150 miles. It ends it's life in the Carson Sink. On it's way, it skirts the capital of Nevada, Carson City. The waters of the Carson River also form a popular reservoir for fishing and recreational uses, Lahontan Reservoir.

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Carson River Photos

Ambrose Carson River Natural Area Carson River Flowing Through Ambrose Natural Area The Carson River Running High and Muddy
Ambrose Natural Area Carson River at Ambrose Natural Area Carson River Near Carson City

The Carson River Near Buckland Station The Carson River Seen From the Churchill Byway The Carson River In the Shadow of the Sierra's
Carson River at Buckland Station Carson River on the Churchill Backcountry Byway Carson River in the Shadow of the Sierra's

Snake Along the Carson River Carson River Downstream From Carson City, NV  
Snake Along the River Carson River Downstream From Carson City  

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