Prime Collective »
next
Display Options

Truckee River Diversion(46 images)

| Slideshow | RSS RSS
For decades, this high-desert site eight miles east of Reno was best known as the home of the Mustang Ranch, the first licensed brothel in the United States.
The brothel reopened a few miles downriver in 2006, after the land was confiscated by the IRS and the name and buildings were sold to the highest bidder. Working 12-hour shifts at their new complex, the sex workers or prostitutes...
more »
  • The Truckee River is diverted back to its original course, on the far side, on December 2, 2009 in Mustang, NV. is diverted back to its original course, on the far side, on December 2, 2009 in Mustang, NV.
    ENVTRUCKEE_...jpg
  • Patti Bakker, left, of The Nature Conservancy, Greg Dennis, center, and Mark Struble, right, og the Bureau of Land Management watch as the Truckee River is diverted back to its original course, on the far side, on December 2, 2009 in Mustang, NV.
    ENVTRUCKEE_...jpg
  • The Truckee River is diverted back to its original course, on the left side, on December 2, 2009 in Mustang, NV.
    ENVTRUCKEE_...jpg
  • A construction truck crosses as the Truckee River is diverted back to its original course, on December 2, 2009 in Mustang, NV.
    ENVTRUCKEE_...jpg
  • Construction crews divert the Truckee River back to its original course on December 2, 2009 in Mustang, NV.
    ENVTRUCKEE_...jpg
  • Construction crews divert the Truckee River back to its original course on December 2, 2009 in Mustang, NV.
    ENVTRUCKEE_...jpg
  • Construction crews divert the Truckee River back to its original course on December 2, 2009 in Mustang, NV.
    ENVTRUCKEE_...jpg
  • Construction crews divert the Truckee River back to its original course on December 2, 2009 in Mustang, NV.
    ENVTRUCKEE_...jpg
  • Construction crews divert the Truckee River back to its original course on December 2, 2009 in Mustang, NV.
    ENVTRUCKEE_...jpg
  • Construction crews divert the Truckee River back to its original course on December 2, 2009 in Mustang, NV.
    ENVTRUCKEE_...jpg
  • Construction crews divert the Truckee River back to its original course on December 2, 2009 in Mustang, NV.
    ENVTRUCKEE_...jpg
  • The Truckee River wends it way through the McCarran Ranch, where the Truckee River was restored to its original course in 2006.
    ENVTRUCKEE_...jpg
  • The Truckee River wends it way through the McCarran Ranch, where the Truckee River was restored to its original course in 2006.
    ENVTRUCKEE_...jpg
  • The Truckee River wends it way through the McCarran Ranch, where the Truckee River was restored to its original course in 2006.
    ENVTRUCKEE_...jpg
  • Native cattails line the Truckee River through the McCarran Ranch, where the Truckee River was restored to its original course in 2006.
    ENVTRUCKEE_...jpg
  • Native cattails line the Truckee River through the McCarran Ranch, where the Truckee River was restored to its original course in 2006.
    ENVTRUCKEE_...jpg
  • Native cottonwoods line the Truckee River through the McCarran Ranch, where the Truckee River was restored to its original course in 2006.
    ENVTRUCKEE_...jpg
  • A riparian habitat along the Truckee River through the McCarran Ranch, where the Truckee River was restored to its original course in 2006.
    ENVTRUCKEE_...jpg
  • Native cottonwood leaves are frozen underneath a riparian pond on the McCarran Ranch, where the Truckee River was restored to its original course in 2006.
    ENVTRUCKEE_...jpg
  • Native cottonwoods line the Truckee River through the McCarran Ranch, where the Truckee River was restored to its original course in 2006.
    ENVTRUCKEE_...jpg
  • Native cottonwoods line the Truckee River through the McCarran Ranch, where the Truckee River was restored to its original course in 2006.
    ENVTRUCKEE_...jpg
  • Michael Cameron, Truckee River Project Director for The Nature Conservancy in Nevada poses for a portrait on a restored section of the Truckee River on the McCarran ranch in Mustang, NV, December 2, 2009.
    ENVTRUCKEE_...jpg
  • Michael Cameron, Truckee River Project Director for The Nature Conservancy in Nevada poses for a portrait on a restored section of the Truckee River on the McCarran ranch in Mustang, NV, December 2, 2009.
    ENVTRUCKEE_...jpg
  • Michael Cameron, Truckee River Project Director for The Nature Conservancy in Nevada poses for a portrait on a restored section of the Truckee River on the McCarran ranch in Mustang, NV, December 2, 2009.
    ENVTRUCKEE_...jpg
  • The Mustang Ranch brothel was relocated as part of the Truckee River's restoration in Mustang, NV, December 2, 2009.
    ENVTRUCKEE_...jpg


next