Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Wordless Wednesday and Signs, Signs



 

I'm posting at Wordless Wednesday today.

 
Also posting at Signs, Signs.

This sign is old of the oldest in the Neon Museum or Boneyard, it dates from 1929 (I've also found a date of 1932) and advertised in a very straightforward manner that you could have cocktails, chicken or steak. It adorned a restaurant on Fremont St. opened for workers at the Hoover Dam.

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  2. Still holds a charm..

    Sorry for not visiting often, got so busy last week. Hopefully I could catch up this week. I am grateful for your visits and comments.

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  3. Wow! Something so old!
    Great capture!

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  4. We creative humans manage to create and incredible wake of waste...when age or use renders items obsolete.

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  5. I love old diners/cafes like that. I bet the food is amazing.

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  6. jeh! i love the spot! :) nice picture!


    Happy Wordless Wednesday! My entry is here and here.

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  7. Wow, that old sign is so cool! I love the colors and the vintage air. What a find:)

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