Fallon
This is the 1940 J H Corn Building at 240 East Fairview Street. They are previously apartments. In Fallon. Before that, a garage or shop of some sort- note the bottom windows added later
(From the Austin Metz Collection)
The famous Cye Cox Garage on W. Center Street
(From the Austin Metz Collection)
Historic Allen Hotel at 40 South Carson Street
(From the Austin Metz Collection)
Maine Street on a postcard
(Photo courtesy W.R. Frenchu collection)
" Main" Street on a postcard- made more exciting by the addition of hand-painted color.
(Photo courtesy W.R. Frenchu collection)
I love a parade- especially a parade down Maine Street.
(Photo courtesy W.R. Frenchu collection)
Having Sand Mountain all to yourself is quite a treat.
(Photo courtesy W.R. Frenchu collection)
The sugar beet factory in full operation, June 2, 1900 as near as I can tell
(Photo courtesy W.R. Frenchu collection)
Add a little color, cut down on the noxious emmissions, and everyone's gonna want a sugar beet factory in their town!
(Photo courtesy W.R. Frenchu collection)
A dark day in Fallon history, when thousands of migratory wild turkeys ravaged the town, carrying local women and children off to their lairs for consumption. Or, it could be a postcard of a typical Fallon turkey farm.
(Photo courtesy W.R. Frenchu collection)
The OLD old post office. Click the image to see what it looks like today. Is there any special significance to this house, or these people? Beats me.
Getting ready to haul freight to the Fallon "Oil" Field
(Photo courtesy W.R. Frenchu collection)
Can you have too many Maine Street Fallon scenes? I don't think so, Tim.
(Photo courtesy W.R. Frenchu collection)
A view up North Maine showing the Courthouse, the Fallon Hotel, and [ahem] Lover's Lane. What on earth happened to all those trees, anyway?
(Photo courtesy W.R. Frenchu collection)

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