The vintage train hauled over $200 million of gold from early Nevada mining camps during its life.
The 'Silver Slipper' was one of the most famous of Las Vegas signs. Like 'Vegas Vic', The 'El Rancho Windmill',
the 'Dunes Sultan', 'Aladdin's Magic Lamp', 'Hacienda's Cabelero', 'Sahara's Camels', Caesars' Centurions',
'Thunderbird's neon Thunderbird', and the boot-kicking 'Sassy Sally' this iconic-object sign remains a long
remembered part of Old Vegas gigantisc street-art. The Slipper was located across and a bit north of the DI.
The impact of Sally Rand upon Las Vegas showgirl theater added a whole extra sexual element to
the Las Vegas Strip that continues to this very day as a welcome and key element of casino culture.
Gambling and beautiful women have always walked hand-in-hand, with the same mutual Jackpot incentive.