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Key RV Park
Florida Keys, FL
Photo courtesy Paul Bauke

This key lights up in the Florida Keys. The sign for the Key RV Park features a neon key that gives motorists a double-take as they speed by.



Colonial Photo
Orlando, FL
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

The Colonial Photo in Orlando still features a fine neon sign advertising its photo and hobby business along the main drag.




McNamara Pontiac
Orlando, FL
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

The McNamara Pontiac sign, shown here all lit up in neon, is quite eye-catching from the road. With its vintage Pontiac Indian logo and full working neon, the marquee is a roadside treasure that's becoming a rarer and rarer sight.







Holler Chevrolet
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

Holler Chevrolet also features a couple of fancy neon signs that are still intact.

(Far left) The neon marquee in the parking lot

(Near left) The huge Holler Chevrolet sign



U-Haul Rental
Tampa, FL
Photo and info courtesy John V Cinchett

One of the first U-Haul Rental locations in the state of Florida was found in Tampa. Check out the look of this marquee in this photo from 1951 as well as the neon map. 11-08



Southside Cleaners
Lakeland, FL
Photo courtesy Scott Strickland

The neon starburst punctuates this sign for the Southside Cleaners in Lakeland, FL. 10-09






Pensacola Beach Sign FlPensacola Beach Sign
Gulf Breeze, FL
Photo courtesy Christopher Hammersla

Here's a look at the iconic Pensacola Beach sign that's a familiar sight to see for travelers on their way from Gulf Breeze to Pensacola Beach. The sign is a real eye-catcher as it does 4 different things when its turned on.

The sign itself was erected on a downtown Pensacola building in 1960 and moved to its present location in 1962. The current sign was recreated in 2006 after the original metal sign sustained hurricane damage. More information can be found at Pensapedia. 09-10









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