Here's a shot of the Lakeview sign. This grand arrow can be seen
from quite a distance.
Joyland Photo courtesy Georg Balandran
The marquee at the right stands in front of the Joyland nightclub.
A country music club now, the Joyland once marked the site of an amusement
park. (Info thanks to Budd Ballard)
Orlando, FL Photo and info courtesy Robert Droz
This sign advertising Merita Bread has been above the
Merita bakery in Orlando, FL since probably when this section of I-4 opened
in the early 1960's. "Merita" is in red neon three stripes wide
inside the metal letters. The "Bread" is yellow plastic lettering
put up within the last decade by the new owners, Interstate brands. The
clock has been giving time and temperature since the late 1970's, at least.
Trader Jim's Boots
West Palm Beach, FL Photo courtesy Kevin O'Sullivan
This boot sign is at Trader Jim's in West Palm Beach.
Lake Worth, FL Photo courtesy Kevin O'Sullivan
Off the Dixie in Lake Worth is McClelland's Saddlery and large
horse greeting visitors at the top entrance.
West Palm Beach, FL Photo and info courtesy Kevin O'Sullivan
This building was Ranches Drug Store from the Mid 50's till the
mid 90's. This is at 3800 South Dixie Hwy ( US1 ) in West Palm Beach.
Columbia Bank Photo courtesy Georg Balandran
Columbia Bank illustrates a once popular sign motif of a few decades
past. The marquee contains not just the name of the bank itself, but a
visual illustration to draw visitors in.
Tampa, FL Photo courtesy Andy Callahan
"You'll love it at Levitz". Yes, there are Levitz Furniture stores in Florida. Sporting immense signage, Levitz is still a member
of our current roadside eye-catchers. For how long? That's the question.
UPDATE : One moment it's up, the next it's gone. Levitz is now a U-Haul Rental. Update courtesy Andy Callahan.