NEVADA NORTHERN RAILWAY DEPOT
The historic Nevada Northern Railway Depot was completed in 1907 and has been restored to its original appearance. The 2nd floor exhibits include the history of the railroad and the mine it was built to serve. Original furnishings and interpretive panels allow each visitor to experience significant milestones in the history of eastern Nevada mining, smelting, and railroading while celebrating the ethnicity and labor force that produced the copper that lit the nation. Explore the various offices that kept the railroad running.
Begin your journey through the museum in the former payroll office for the Nevada Northern Railway. Here visitors will learn about the mining booms … Read More
Railroading was a dangerous job. In 1911, the accident rate of track employees on the Nevada Northern Railway was a staggering 17%! In this … Read More
This office was the hub of railroad operation for the Nevada Northern Railway. From this bay window, the traffic manager kept a watchful eye … Read More