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Posted 2 years ago

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RonM
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I took several pictures of old time neon signs on the Hollywood strip last month while visisting my daughter.I don't know their history,but they look old.

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  1. RonM RonM, 2 years ago
    Thank you,Officialfuel,Rocker,Chevy,and Pop. I have more neon pictures coming east with my daughter next week.They were taken with a better quality camera.
  2. pw-collector pw-collector, 2 years ago
    Steven Weiss & Donald Wagstaff opened the first Mel's Drive-In in September of 1985 located at 2165 Lombard Street, San Francisco. Two years later, a second one was opened on Geary Street also in San Francisco. The next two opened in Los Angeles, one in Sherman Oaks and one in West Hollywood on the Sunset Strip.
    Dave
  3. RonM RonM, 2 years ago
    Thanks Dave
  4. neonmadness neonmadness, 1 year ago
    Wonderful piece of outdoor neon advertising
  5. RonM RonM, 5 months ago
    Thhank you Manikin and everyone else too.
  6. jjsr jjsr, 3 months ago
    Ever watch the movie American Graffiti

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