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Missouri Pacific Railway Van Noy Eating House

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Area  less than one acre
NRHP Reference #  10001154
Built by  Missouri Pacific Railroad
Architectural style  Plain-Traditional
Opened  1910
Added to NRHP  24 January 2011
Missouri Pacific Railway Van Noy Eating House
Location  Southeast of Seamans Drive and Railroad Street, McGehee, Arkansas

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The Missouri Pacific Railway Van Noy Eating House is a historic restaurant building at the corner of Seamans Drive and Railroad Street in McGehee, Arkansas. The single story brick building was constructed c. 1910 by the Missouri Pacific Railroad, and housed a dining establishment operated by the Van Noy Railway News and Hotel Company. It is one of a small number of such buildings to survive in the state. The building was divided into three parts: a central kitchen served a lunch counter area on one side, and a dining room on the other. The establishment closed in 1948.

The house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2011.

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Missouri Pacific Railway Van Noy Eating House Wikipedia


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