No Safe Place is at it again with his Old Nevada series. This latest one is just a cool as always.
This is looking north from the roof of the St. Charles Hotel, up Carson Street towards the Capitol. You can see it used to be called the “Pony Hotel” back then, and the bar at the corner, soon to be home to the Firkin and Fox, was called the Mite As Well. All those buildings across the street have long since been demolished to build the Capitol Plaza, and planters and left turn lanes have been put down the middle of the street.
Read the whole article. There are even more pictures over there.
Thanks for the plug! One thing: the entry link is http://blog.bbkld.com/2007/08/19/a-plaza-is-born/
Have a great day.
The “Pony” hotel is actually the Pony Express Hotel.
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