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El Rancho Motel
Yuma, AZ
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Out in Yuma, Arizona stands the El Rancho Motel. Tucked away just off the roadside, the El Rancho is still open for business.

 

 

Vista del Sol Motel (Demolished)
Tucson, AZ
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The Vista del Sol Motel features color TV and air conditioned kitchens. Or something like that. The sign outside is a good illustration of what Tucson is all about.

 

UPDATE 07/10 : The Vista del Sol Motel is now the site of storage units. 07-10

 

 

Tropicana Motel (Demolished)
Tucson, AZ
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The Tropicana "Adult" hotel/motel off the Miracle Mile still features a neon palm tree sign.

 

UPDATE 11/09 : The Tropicana Motel along the Miracle Mile was demolished back in 2004. 11-09

UPDATE 04/17 : The Tropicana sign was restored in 2011 when the city created the Neon Art Walk. The neon itself was restored as well and lights up the boulevard at night. 04-17

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Cascade Motel
Prescott, AZ
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The Cascade Motel features a sign listing the features of the motel.

 

 

Lil' Mtn Inn
Yarnell, AZ
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The Lil' Mtn Inn in Yarnell is a fine old neon sign found just off the old highway.

 

 

 

 

Trails End (Demolished)
Phoenix, AZ
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How about this thematic sign for the Trails End Motel. The character image depicts discovering the end of the trail.

 

UPDATE 10/05 : During the demolition of the structure, the city had the sign removed and placed in the city's maintenance yard less than a half-mile up Grand Avenue. Unfortunately, the signs future is uncertain as there currently aren't any funds to repair or install it, or a location for it to be installed. Many thanks to Jodey Elsner for update. 10-05

 

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