RailroadDiningCars

Before dining cars in passenger trains were common in the United States, a rail passenger’s option for meal service in transit was to patronize one of the roadhouses often located near the railroad’s “water stops”. Fare typically consisted of rancid meat, cold beans, and old coffee. Such poor conditions discouraged

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Support through Buy-a-Brick

Our Buy-a-Brick program permits you to demonstrate your support of the Nevada State Railroad Museum in a permanent, sustainable memorial.  The bricks are placed in the central part of the museum pavilion where they are visible to most visitors. Use your brick to: Remember lost family member or friend A

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