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MGM Grand fire, November 21, 1980. 85 people were killed in the tragedy, which remains Nevada’s worst disaster and one of the worst hotel fires in US history.  Although Las Vegas is famous for expansive remodeling, reconstruction and hotel implosions, this hotel was reopened, renamed Bally’s in 1986, and still stands over 30 years later.

MGM Grand fire, November 21, 1980. 85 people were killed in the tragedy, which remains Nevada’s worst disaster and one of the worst hotel fires in US history. Although Las Vegas is famous for expansive remodeling, reconstruction and hotel implosions, this hotel was reopened, renamed Bally’s in 1986, and still stands over 30 years later.

Bob Stupak’s Vegas World, where the Stratosphere now sits, c. 1979. Stupak was a gaming entrepreneur, self-promoter, and a professional gambler who once won a million-dollar bet on the Super Bowl. He entered the casino business in the mid 70s with downtown’s Glitter Gulch, and the World Famous Historic Gambling Museum located on the Strip just north of Sahara. A fire at the Gambling Museum (like so many other Vegas fires) resulted in a large enough payout to fund Vegas World, built in its

Bob Stupak’s Vegas World, where the Stratosphere now sits, c. 1979. Stupak was a gaming entrepreneur, self-promoter, and a professional gambler who once won a million-dollar bet on the Super Bowl. He entered the casino business in the mid 70s with downtown’s Glitter Gulch, and the World Famous Historic Gambling Museum located on the Strip just north of Sahara. A fire at the Gambling Museum (like so many other Vegas fires) resulted in a large enough payout to fund Vegas World, built in its

Las Vegas Strip, 1979. Photographer Ned Paynter walked the three miles of the strip one morning in ‘79, from Flamingo Rd, up past Sahara.

Las Vegas Strip, 1979. Photographer Ned Paynter walked the three miles of the strip one morning in ‘79, from Flamingo Rd, up past Sahara.

Las Vegas Strip, 1979. Photographer Ned Paynter walked the three miles of the strip one morning in ‘79, from Flamingo Rd, up past Sahara.

Las Vegas Strip, 1979. Photographer Ned Paynter walked the three miles of the strip one morning in ‘79, from Flamingo Rd, up past Sahara.

Las Vegas Strip, 1979. Photographer Ned Paynter walked the three miles of the strip one morning in ‘79, from Flamingo Rd, up past Sahara.

Las Vegas Strip, 1979. Photographer Ned Paynter walked the three miles of the strip one morning in ‘79, from Flamingo Rd, up past Sahara.

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