As part of the on-going Renossanse, the concrete slab covering the train trench in downtown Reno is getting makeover.


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The artist, Brad Carney, has entitled the mural “Locomotion” which brings in elements from the Truckee River, railroad tracks, Reno arch, and Sierra Nevada Mountains.

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