Tuesday, May 08, 2007

Neon Sign Graveyard.... Make this your last stop in Las Vegas : )

Where do the Las Vegas Strip's neon signs go when they aren't considered flashy enough anymore? To the Neon Boneyard, more formally known as the Young Electric Sign Company's Neon Sign Graveyard. "Yesco," as the company is known to locals, maintains many of the city's best-known illuminated signs. But it has also preserved some past electric glory in a fenced lot behind its headquarters. The stockpile includes some of the city's bygone landmarks, from the flickering remains of a gigantic Silver Slipper to a mammoth Aladdin's lamp.

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