Known for years as the Lincoln Hotel, the Victory is one of the last remaining buildings from Las Vegas's railroad days. The Victory stood across the street from the railroad tracks, clearly visible to arriving passengers. The building, though extensively altered, typifies the downtown hotel of the early twentieth century. It retains a two-story arcaded facade, common in the city in the early twentieth century, as was its simplified Mission Revival style, also used for the first railroad depot in town (now demolished).
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