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A busy street connecting downtown Denver to the interstate, roaring with trucks and running alongside railroad tracks, might not sound like a trendy neighborhood in the making. But now's the time to visit Brighton Boulevard before it begins to look too much like any hipster street in any other city. MUSEUM OF TRANSPORTATION Back toward downtown from the National Western Complex is the Forney Museum of Transportation, a nostalgic stop for its classic inventory.FOODIf the sight of the Forney's 1927 Rio Grande diner car, stemware at the ready, makes you hungry, head down Brighton to the family owned Butcher Block Cafe at 38th Street. The Denver Center for the Performing Arts has ventured out of its downtown theater for an immersive, interactive performance project called "Sweet and Lucky," set in a massive warehouse on Brighton Boulevard, running May 17-June 25 .If You Go ... BRIGHTON BOULEVARD, DENVER: The street leads north from downtown Denver.
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