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El Con sign from the original El Conquistador - Tucson, Arizona

El Con sign from the original El Conquistador - Tucson, Arizona

Pueblo Hotel sign, Tucson, AZ

Pueblo Hotel sign, Tucson, AZ

Miracle Mile sign - Tucson, AZ. I worked at the k-mart on this road in the late 70's

Miracle Mile sign - Tucson, AZ Been here.

Kon Tiki, Tucson, AZ this place has alot of memories :)

Kon Tiki, Tucson, Arizona- fulfilling your Tiki dreams since 1963

Saguaros are our unique native cactus found nowhere else than the Sonoran Desert.

Came across this cactus sign for Tucson and I love it!

Vintage neon sign: Ghost Ranch Lodge; Tucson, Arizona. The sign is still in place, but this old Tucson property has been converted for 'senior living', and is not open to the public.

We stayed here many times. The sign is still in place, but this old Tucson property has been converted for 'senior living', and is not open to the public.

Giant Wine Bottle, Boondocks Lounge.....Tucson, Arizona

That's my kinda wine bottle!

Motel Row in Tucson, AZ

Motel Row in Tucson, AZ

Tucson, Arizona | tucson arizona

Tucson, Arizona | tucson arizona

El Con Mall sign relighting

The relighting ceremony officially flipped the switch on the refurbished El Con Mall conquistador-inspired sign on Saturday, Dec.

The tower at Tucson International Airport. The Arizona Daily Star tells its story here: http://azstarnet.com/business/airport-marks-high-point-tucson-tower-turns/article_2a7cd409-c684-5ce2-b9ce-06e120a3e49e.html

The tower at Tucson International Airport.

El Charro Cafe, Tuscon, Arizona....El Charro opened its doors in 1922 and has the amazing reputation of being the 'Nation's Oldest Mexican Restaurant' in continuous operation by the same family for many generations.

A fine art photo of the 'El Charro Café' neon sign, in Tucson Arizona

Tucson, AZ...it's been here forever! Best Fried Chicken and Steak Fingers!!!

I love those dry, desert highways landscapes (arizona,US)

TUCSON License Plate sign from Pop-Cycle Shop! for $40.00 on Square Market

This eco friendly sign is made from scrapped, recycled license plates.

What is Lucky Wishbone? What is the story with its neon? The Arizona Daily Star explains: http://azstarnet.com/news/local/tucson-oddity-the-bone-has-endured-with-certain-flash/article_8f368597-0d9a-5900-8084-eb87a049b58f.html

Some of the notable neon signs gracing the streets of Tucson.

Monterey Motel Tucson, Arizona

Monterey Motel Tucson, Arizona

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