A look down an empty Fremont Street.

Lost Vegas II: Downtown Deserted

A photographic look of Las Vegas during the coronavirus shut down from UNLV Special Collections.

Stickers cover closed doors
A mural of a woman overlooks an empty street
Collector's Gallery on Fremont Street stands boarded up
A lone man walks past a boarded-up Courdory
A mural of two cards and a woman in a cocktail glass
An empty road leads to the entrance of Fremont East
An empty sidewalk on Fremont Street
An empty street in Downtown Las Vegas
Two workers adjust a neon sign across from the El Cortez

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