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Waldorf Hotel
Vancouver, B.C.
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

Check out the Waldorf Hotel in Vancouver. The green backlit plastic sign is rather eye-catching in its own right. Not sure what the original sign looked like back in the day. 11-05

 

 

Empress Hotel
Vancouver, B.C.
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

Hastings is home to the Empress Hotel in Vancouver. Check out the neon signage on this. 11-05

 

 

Regal Hotel
Vancouver, B.C.
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

The Regal Hotel features an eminent glow during a rainy evening in Vancouver. Check out the vertical neon sign as it beckons to residents and travelers alike. 11-05

 

 

Kingston Hotel
Vancouver, B.C.
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

The Kingston Hotel in Vancouver, B.C. also features a large neon sign on the side of its building. Check out the neon letters as you take a stroll by late at night. 11-05

 

 

St. Regis Hotel
Vancouver, B.C.
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

The St. Regis Hotel features a marquee that can be seen for blocks.

When the neon lights up in the evening, the blue and red lettering points the way to a neon gem of a sign. 11-05

 

 

 

 

 

 

Save-on Meats
Vancouver, B.C.
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com


The neon still glows at the Save-on Meats in Vancouver, B.C. 11-05

(Far right) The neon profile of the Save-on Meats building

(Near right) Check out this close-up shot of the rich piggy.

 

UPDATE 12/08 : According to straight.com, the landmark Sav-on Meats in Vancouver B.C. will be closing in 2009. The owner who has owned the business since 1957 is planning to retire and doesn't believe there is a market for a fresh grocery business these days. A closure of Sav-on Meats would mean yet another loss of a great neon sign in Vancouver. 12-08

 

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