Assorted Lodging Pictures and Postcards

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This page contains pictures showing old lodges which no longer exist in Yellowstone.  The pictures are from Wikipedia.  There is a link associated with each picture that will take you to the article providing full information on the hotels.  I only provided enough information to maybe get you interested.  Click on a picture to see a larger image.

Marshall's Hotel in Yellowstone This is Marshall's Hotel as it looked in 1885.  Built by George W Marshall.  Located where Nez Perce Creek meets the Fire Hole River.  The picture is from Wikipedia and was declared to be in the public domain.  Click here for the full Wikipedia article.  Much more information there. Marshall's Hotel in Yellowstone This is Marshall's Hotel as it looked in 1887.  Built by George W Marshall.  Located where Nez Perce Creek meets the Fire Hole River.  The picture is from Wikipedia and was declared to be in the public domain.  Click here for the full Wikipedia article.  Much more information there. Fire Hole Hotel This is the Fire Hole Hotel.  Built in 1884 and located near the Nez Perce Picnic Area.  By 1895 the hotel was razed.  The picture is from Wikipedia and was declared to be in the public domain.  Click here for the full Wikipedia article.  Much more information there.
Fountain Hotel

This is the Fountain Hotel.  It was built near the Fountain Paint Pots and was operated until 1916.  It was considered more luxurious than Marshall's or the Fire Hole Hotel.  The picture is from Wikipedia and was declared to be in the public domain.  Click here for the full Wikipedia article.  Much more information there.