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Southern Pacific train symbol OGEUY at Carlin, NV

Southern Pacific train symbol OGEUY at Carlin, NV Southern Pacific engines 9128, 9022, and 9015 on train symbol OGEUY at Carlin

Carlin was established as a division point on the Central Pacific in December 1868. It was named for a CP official, William Passmore Carlin. It remained a crew change point on the Southern Pacific until the merger with the Union Pacific. It was also the principal icing station in Nevada for refrigerator cars on both the SP and WP from 1906 through the early 1950s. Train symbol OGEUY pauses for a crew change at Carlin on August 15, 1981. Engines 9128, 9022, and 9015 are pulling 34 loads, 60 empties at 4,446 tons.

Southern Pacific engines 4341 and 4351 at Carlin, NV

The sun breaks through the clouds for a moment on July 8, 1989. Engines 4341 and 4351 rest between assignments across from downtown Carlin. Disk 28