During Pioneer Days in Palisade Nebraska I found this beauty of a hotel. Not sure when it was built, but the locals I talked to thought it was sometime in the 1880’s. It now houses JD Photography and part of the the Bostock Exhibit photography display of glass prints from the late 19th century.
If these walls could talk what would they say about the people who stayed in this hotel? Cowboys, adventures, pioneers, politicians, or even outlaws and rustlers most likely passed through here. Some might of even stayed a while and visited the saloon across the street, which is still standing.
Processed in Lightroom 4, sepia preset with vinnette