(Left) Part of the
model railroad
display -
Wiegand Bldg.

(Right) Office of
Dr. Mary
Pioneer Nevada
Physician -
Thompson Bldg.
Boxes, cans, and bottles on display in the
Old General Store. (Yes, we have Prince
Albert in a can.)
Historical photos, baskets and cradleboard from the
Yerington Paiute Tribe.
A working blacksmith shop, with forge, anvil, and tools
Authentic wooden hay derrick
The Hillygus gas station, once the oldest Texaco
station in Nevada
The city of
Yerington is named
for Henry Marvin
Yerington (left)
1828 - 1910,
prominent Nevada
businessman and
railroad builder.