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Denny's Diner

Date of photo: 1950s
Photographer: Unknown

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Daun Bohall Collection


In the 1950s, the former McKeen Motor Car #22 had been retired from its life carrying passengers on the Virginia and Truckee Railroad. Like many other former rail cars around the country, it was converted into a restaurant. Here is the interior of Denny's Diner. The distinctive round windows of the McKeen Car can still be seen. This was located next door to the Richfield station on Carson Street, north of William.


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Date Uploaded: April 20, 2019

Source: A Century of Memories: The Historic Photo Album of Carson City

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