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Railroad Cottage District

Railroad Cottgae District
The area from 601-629 South Casino Center Drive is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as a U.S. Historic District (Railroad Cottage District: 1987). Out of the eight contributing properties, currently one cottage remains in its original location. Three cottages were relocated to the Las Vegas Springs Preserve. Four cottages were demolished. "Las Vegas Railroad Cottages" by Roadsidepictures is licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0.
Railroad Cottage Historic District
This is the only cottage remaining at its original location. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places as a U.S. Historic District Contributing Property (Railroad Cottage District: 1987).
Railroad Cottage Historic District
Located at 616 South 3rd Street, Las Vegas, Nevada. The rear of the structure has been altered.
Railroad Cottage Historic District
Located at 612 South 3rd Street, Las Vegas, Nevada. The front exterior of the cottage has been altered. This is a photo from the rear of the building to display the cottage's architecture.
Railroad Cottage Historic District
Located at 608 South 3rd Street, Las Vegas, Nevada.
Railroad Cottage Historic District
This cottage was relocated to the Clark County Museum. It was originally located at 521 South 3rd Street, Las Vegas, Nevada.
Railroad Cottage Historic District
This cottage was relocated to the Las Vegas Springs Preserve.
Railroad Cottage Historic District
This cottage was relocated to the Las Vegas Springs Preserve. It was originally located at 621 South Casino Center Drive, Las Vegas, Nevada. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places as a U.S. Historic District Contributing Property (Railroad Cottage District: 1987).
Railroad Cottage Historic District
This cottage was relocated to the Las Vegas Springs Preserve.
Railroad Cottage Historic District
This cottage was relocated to the Las Vegas Springs Preserve.
Railroad Cottage Historic District
Railroad Cottage Historic District

Between 1909-1911, The San Pedro, Los Angeles and Salt Lake Railroad built 64 cottages in this area to house railroad workers.

Las Vegas Centennial Commission marker reads:

[Near] this site stood "Old Betsy," Las Vegas' first electric generator, which serviced the power needs of the new town [South Main Street and Garces Avenue]. The generator, operated by the Consolidated Power and Telephone Company, supplied electricity from 1906-1916. The company evolved into the Southern Nevada Power Company in 1930 just before the building of Hoover Dam, and changed its name to Nevada Power in 1961.

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1987. Properties Associated with the San Pedro, Los Angeles, and Salt Lake Railroad.

Listed as a U.S Historic District.

Located in Clark's Las Vegas Townsite (Block 24).

Located on the 600 block of South Casino Center Boulevard.