Until recent times, trains ran according to published Timetables, which were carefully devised to keep trains from running into each other. With this exhibit you will learn about the Telegraph and the stick or hoop used to communicate with the crew, as well as other communication systems.
An audio tour of the Nevada State Railroado Museum’s exhibit on the 150th anniversary of the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad is now available. … Read More
CARSON CITY, Nevada – The completion of the transcontinental railroad in the spring of 1869 changed America forever, dramatically reducing the time and cost … Read More
Motor Car No. 401 was built in October 1926 by the Edwards Railway Motor Car Company of Sanford, North Carolina for the Tucson Cornelia … Read More