Don’t worry, Dog the Bounty Hunter, Denver’s Old Spaghetti Factory trolley car will probably end up in another Old Spaghetti Factory

Also, most Old Spaghetti Factory locations have trolleys.

The Denver City Cable Railway Company building. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

The Denver City Cable Railway Company building. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

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When Beth Chapman, who is married to Duane “Dog the Bounty Hunter” Chapman, posted photos of her famous husband barely wearing a sweatshirt next to the old trolley car inside Denver’s Old Spaghetti Factory this week, she wrote that she remembered sitting inside it as a kid for birthdays.

The restaurant is set to close on September 16, but an Old Spaghetti Factory spokesman tells Denverite that the trolley will remain in OSF hands for now — the trolley is a recurring theme in OSF dining rooms.

“At this point we will be keeping the trolley car and using it in future locations,” said Ryan Durrett, the company’s director of marketing.

The restaurant has been in the Denver City Cable Railway Building since the 1970s. A sign posted outside says the chain has 43 other locations, including one in Westminster.

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