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Union Pacific Railroad Yards (Southern Pacific Railroad Yards)
No railroad buildings remain from the Central Pacific period (late nineteenth century), but two brick buildings from the early twentieth century remind visitors of Carlin's importance for the Southern Pacific. These structures were part of the railroad's upgrading of facilities. The yards are now used by Union Pacific, though the buildings themselves are vacant.
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