Old Spaghetti Warehouse

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The ghost of a train conductor visits the Old Spaghetti Factory Italian restaurant, according to local legend. He is said to have perished in an underground railway accident decades ago involving the very trolley car that’s on display in the restaurant.

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53 Water Street
Vancouver, BC

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49.28367679999999, -123.10535170000003
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  1. Actually there are rumored to be up to three ghosts here. One is the conductor, the second is a small girl that hangs out by the front window and the third has his picture in the back by the mens washroom but is better known for his mischief in the women’s bathroom.

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