A typical commercial building, this two-story red brick hotel trimmed in brick and stone has a splendidly preserved corner saloon. After a 1979 renovation, the hardwood floor, pressed metal ceiling, mahogany back bar with festoons and garlands, and antique Walter's Beer clock match fairly well a large old photograph of the interior kept on the wall to settle arguments about how things used to be.
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Victoria Hotel and Tavern
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