The rest of yesterday's pictures from my downtown tour of Las Vegas.
A building that has seen better days, but used to be where the Harvey Girls lived.
The front view of Fred Harvey's La Castaneda Hotel.
Another view of the front.
Storefronts across from the depot.
The commission house adjacent to the depot.
The history of the depot.
A side view of the La Castaneda hotel.
The La Castaneda facing the tracks. What a shame such a beautiful building sits empty.
The La Castaneda south wing.
The depot from track side.
Early picture of activity at the depot.
The round house which is still standing.
A Fred Harvey tour in front of the hotel.
The building on the right is the El Fidel hotel built in 1923. On the left is the Masonic Temple built in 1895 and is said to be the finest surviving example of Richardsonian Romanesque style in New Mexico.
The patio area at El Fidel hotel.