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Westminster Lanes
Westminster, CA
Photo courtesy Georg Balandran

The Westminster Lanes is still open for business. Though its marquee is not of the space age variety, it's still a classic sign for a classy alley.

 

 

Del Rio Lanes
Photo courtesy Sal Garcia

The marquee fort he Del Rio Lanes looks simple yet functionally fits the mold of the other bowling alley marquees. It's captures attention from the road.

 

 

Mission Hills Bowl (Closed)
San Fernando, CA
Photo courtesy Jay Villa

A rather googie looking bowling alley, the Mission Hills Bowl features multiple boomerangs with space age lunar holes. This googie alley was designed by Martin Stern Jr. and built in 1957.

 

UPDATE 06/15 : The Mission Hills Bowl closed on May 31, 2015. 06-15

 

 

Bayshore Bowl
Photo courtesy Adriene Biondo

 

Here's a bowling alley that still appeared to do brisk business, even in the rain. The Bayshore Bowl is one of the last survivors of the ten pin alley heyday in Southern California and hopefully will remain.

 

 

 

 

Corbin Bowl
Photo courtesy Georg Balandran

The marquee for the Corbin Bowl still sits high above Ventura Boulevard. Best of all, this marquee still lights up the night. Corbin Bowl is located in Tarzana

 

 

Canoga Park Bowl
Canoga Park, CA
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

Here's one of the marquees to the Canoga Park Bowl in Canoga Park, CA. Not sure if this bowling alley is still around. The huge sign could be seen for blocks. Check out the starbursts that decorate the sides of this marquee.

 

 

 

 

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