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3-R Building (MECO Storage Building)
Located near the old Central Pacific Railroad, the 3-R Building, erected to store freight, is one of the largest in downtown Winnemucca. A large gambrel roof was added around 1920 to the two-story, poured-in-place concrete building, giving it the appearance of a giant barn.
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