15 Fremont Street

Las Vegas, NV


Turf Club 

1943 to 1945



Similar views looking East on Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas over more than 70 years.


In 1943 The Northern Club became the Turf Club.

In 1945 the Turf Club became the Monte Carlo (owned by Wilbur Clark, who would open the Desert Inn in 1950)
the same small part of Fremont Street covering almost a century.
Scroll down this set of photos showing the same small part of Fremont Street covering almost a century.

The "Alley" icon will help to orient your view over the years. The alley stayed the same until it was built over.
The last gambling property at the location of the Turf Club was  La Bayou, but by August of 2016 that was demolished for the expansion of the Golden Gate. Many historic gambling establishments were in this location over the years as as shown below.
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