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Rapid City Laundry
Photo courtesy Don Gardner

The Great Plains is crossed by many travelers, so roadside signage is a given. See some of it here at Roadside Peek's Roadside Signage Great Plains.



Dog N Shake
Photo courtesy Mark Hackett

Hungry for some food? How about a dog and a shake? Then check out what the Great Plains has to offer at Roadside Peek's Roadside Eateries Great Plains.




Tower Theatre
Photo courtesy Mark Hackett

Theatre and entertainment go hand in hand with the American roadside. See some of the theatres here at Roadside Peek's Grand Theatre Great Plains.



Wall Drug
Photo courtesy Dirk Burhans

Looking for some of the eye-catching icons of in these states? Then see Roadside Peek's Roadside Americana Great Plains.





The Glancy Motor Hotel
Photo courtesy Kelly Coalier

Don't forget to check out some of the vintage motor courts here at Roadside Peek's Roadside Motels Great Plains.



Sheridan Lanes
Photo courtesy Mark Hackett

America's love of bowling also extends in the plains. See some the old alleys here at Roadside Peek's Ten Pin Alleys Great Plains.





Winchester Drive-in
Photo courtesy Mark Hackett

The outdoor ozoner, or drive-in theatre is still prevalent in the plains region. See some examples at Roadside Peek's Drive-in Theatre Great Plains.



Fina Gas Station
Photo courtesy Mike & Terie Lepker

See some of the automobile related sights in the Great Plains area, at Roadside Peek's Automobile Alley Great Plains.





StockgrowersSouth Dakota Stockgrowers
Photo courtesy Don Gardner

The neon sign for the South Dakota Stockgrowers Association features another cowboy on a galloping horse. This neon sign is one of those eye-catching delights that is sure to make roadside travelers take another look, or two, or three. See this neon sign and more at Roadside Peek's Roadside Neon Great Plains.



Mid-Century Building
Tulsa, OK
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

Here's another mid-century styled building in Tulsa, OK. There were no signs on this one. The building features the googie looking blue green colors and diamond facade. See this and more at Roadside Peek's Roadside Architecture Great Plains. 09-17









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