TNT Stagelines on the property of the Comstock Gold Mill, across from the Virginia & Truckee Railroad station,in the historic mining town of Virginia City, Nevada He operates it as accurately to the way it was in the 1800's as possible. So if you're planning a vacation, experience a taste of the Old West and take a ride in an authentic stagecoach!
Piper's Opera House, Virginia City, NV - actually burned down on two different occasions (1875,1883). Piper rebuilt again and the building remains standing today. It closed in 1924 when the mines dried up and population diminished. Piper's granddaughter renovated in the 60's and in the 90's it started seeing success again. Reported activity includes a female apparition on the balcony dressed in lavender and the apparition of an old man sitting on the side balcony. (photo circa 1940)
1875 House on "Millionaire's Row" in Virginia City, Nevada This one-and-one-half story wood-frame house in Virginia City, NV, was constructed circa 1875 after a fire devastated a large portion of the city. An upper-middle-class home built on “Millionaire’s Row,” the property is listed in the National Register of Historic Places as part of the Comstock Historic District.
16"X28" Dioxogen ad of NYC taken from the top of the Brooklyn Bridge (the bridge not yet completed in the top, 1876,photo)
NYC - A rare sight even in 1876 as the Lady Liberty's arm and torch stands in Madison Square in New York before being assembled. I just read an article that said the Statue of Liberty will reopen on July 4, 2013 after being closed for repairs after Hurricane Sandy's damage to the statue,
The arm and torch of the Statue of Liberty in Madison Square Park, New York. These portions of the Statue were exhibited to raise funds for the completion of the statue and its pedestal. The arm and torch remained in the park from 1876 until 1882. Members of the public could pay fifty cents to climb to the balcony of the torch.