Moving escalators. Sidewalks. Stairs. Blinking marquees.
All without people.
The Las Vegas Strip remains largely an empty space from one end to the other. Doors are locked. Traffic is minimal.
A few pedestrians and only a handful of vehicles move down Las Vegas Boulevard.
With all Nevada casinos ordered closed last week for a minimum of 30 days in the hope of social distancing slowing the spread of coronavirus, the usually busy Strip is probably the best visual example of an economy grinding to a halt.
Only time and the effort of Nevadans — there are almost no tourists — will tell how soon the economic engine of Nevada might return to full activity.