Sullivan’s Tap

In boston, Olympus OM-D, urbex, Zuiko 12mm f/2.0 by Robert LussierLeave a Comment

I have more “toy story” images from the mill in process (if you are looking for a followup to those images). But for today, I thought I’d share this image from a short solo photo walk around the Boston Garden a couple of weeks ago. Walks like this one are one of the reasons I’m …

Golden Club

In 14mm f2.8, nevada, Travel by Robert Lussier1 Comment

Happy Friday. The Golden Club is one of four drinking establishments in Austin, Nevada (about as many churches too). Not bad for a town of  a couple hundred people.  Like the International, The Golden Club’s bar was transplanted from England in the later part of the 19th century — beautifully maintained, but not photographed by …

The International

In nevada, Travel by Robert Lussier5 Comments

The International Hotel is the oldest hotel in Nevada and one of the oldest in the west. It was high on my list of things to shoot on this trip. Back in 2004, when I first visited Austin on TREK USA, my teammate Tom and I popped into the bar for a beer. We were completely …

Hello Austin, Nevada!

In Uncategorized by Robert Lussier4 Comments

  This will probably be my last post until late next week. I’m heading out to the Austin, Nevada area for a few days of desert shooting. It is a small town in the middle of nowhere on the Loneliest Road in America (Route 50). I’ve been enamored with the area ever since I stayed …

Worthen House Cafe, Lowell MA

In architecture, Cityscape, interior, Lowell, pubs by Robert Lussier3 Comments

More commonly known as “The Old Worthen,” the historic Worthen House is the oldest restaurant and tavern in Lowell, Massachussetts. The Worthen House was established in 1898. The bar’s most notable features are the belt-linked fan system, which is the only existing set in its original building in the country and the 19th century pressed …