Queen of the Comstock
By Jack Freer | Posted May 19, 2015 | Virginia City, Nevada
Virginia City, Nevada is a 19th century mining bonanza that was once one the most important industrial cities between Denver and San Francisco.
What remains today is a picturesque, Victorian-era town, with authentic board sidewalks that lead to Old West saloons, shops, museums and restaurants. The now restored Virginia and Truckee Railroad built in 1869 runs between Virginia City and Carson City.