I once thought the bar was immediately beyond the saloon doors, and that the rest of the room was L-shaped, going off to the left. Then I was able to photoshop the hell out of this image and found the truth: when you walked in, you were met by a row of tables (going to the left, from this perspective) attached to a short brick wall just higher than the tables. Beyond that, aginst the far wall, appears to be where the bar was- note the double service bar rails denoting the waitress station, seen between the two stacks of Home Depot boxes at left center. As the lodge was very narrow, and that the wall beyond the Home Depot boxes was the front wall of the lodge, and that the bar did not extend more than two feet to the right, I now don't know what Marilyn means when she says the place was L-shaped and she didn't see Marty or Bo much that night becuase of the shape of the room.... wtf? I doubt like hell the place was refurbished after it closed in 82... But, then again, all we can see is this peak at what's inside.