Vernon on: The Boneyard

Radio World often includes the odd off site Vegas photo in its NAB Show follow up issues. Here are a few of mine. These were taken at the Neon Museum Las Vegas “boneyard.” The museum is restoring the La Concha
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Radio World often includes the odd off-site Vegas photo in its NAB Show follow-up issues. Here are a few of mine.

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These were taken at the Neon Museum Las Vegas “boneyard.” The museum is restoring the La Concha Motel lobby for a visitor’s center. In the meantime, the signs are gathered in a parking lot beside the construction site behind a chain link fence. No admission, but free to take all the pix you want.

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And so I did.

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The one of the slipper, below, is a restored sign, a few of which are being put on display around town.

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The May 5 issue of Radio World has lots of show photos.

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