The Inyo holds the noble distinction of being one of the oldest original operating steam locomotives in North America.
During the 19th Century the Virginia & Truckee Railroad, as well as many other railroads, named their locomotives. “Inyo” is an Indian word that means “dwelling place of a great spirit.” V&T locomotive No. 22, Inyo, … Read More
The Glenbrook was built in 1875 by the Baldwin Locomotive Works of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, for the Carson & Tahoe Lumber & Fluming Company. It … Read More
Jacobson Interpretive Center
The completion of the transcontinental railroad in the spring of 1869 changed America forever, dramatically reducing the time and cost for people and goods … Read More