Sign on the depot.
The old depot being restored.
Climbing the hill to 'C' street.
St Mary's of the Mountains Catholic Church.
The oldest Catholic Church in Nevada.
The buildings are historic.
Their uses have been converted
and they are now designed to separate the tourists from their money.
I love that fact that the town is preserved, it didn't thrill me that it's been converted to a tourist trap.
Virginia City Merchantile is proud of the fact that nothing happened their in 1897.
More of 'C' street.
Note the many, many bikes on the street. This seems to be a destination for bikers.
Maybe it has something to do with the fact that every other building seems to be a bar.
This is the building of the Territorial Enterprise newspaper. We'll explore the museum tomorrow.
Buggy rides, stagecoach rides, train rides, boutiques, restaurants, bars and a few museums is what makes up Virginia City today. The history is there, but you have to dig for it.