Carroll Station

This little building was originally located on Lake Tahoe's south shore and moved to this location in 1925 to serve as a watering stop along the Lincoln Highway (Highway 50). A new, scenic alignment of the highway was completed over Carroll Summit the same year. It operated until at least the 1950s, and possibly as late as 1967 when Highway 50 was rerouted over New Pass Summit through Cold Springs to the north (where it runs today).

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