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Gage Bowl
Huntington Park, CA
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

The Gage Bowl in Huntington Park now sports new colors. It was refreshing to see the marquee properly taken care of. 07-99






Linbrook Bowl
Anaheim, CA
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

A well kept and simply outstanding bowling alley marquee to enjoy is the Linbrook Bowl in Anaheim. The pin actually still rotates around the gigantic sign. Colors are superb in both day and night. Speaking of the night, the marquee in the early evening has to be seen to be believed. 08-99


See more Googie treasures at Roadside Peek's Spotlight on Orange County Googie.



Fontana Bowl (Gone)
Fontana, CA
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

While in town, look for the Fontana Bowl. If you're lucky, you can still find its rapidly eroding signage and building standing. Update - The building has now been painted with metallic looking paint. 11-99







Orange Bowl (Demolished)
Rialto, CA
Photo and info courtesy David Carrasco


Here are a couple of photos of the Orange Bowling Alley sign and building, located in San Bernardino. In it's heyday, this bowling alley was a favorite among many bowlers in the area. 04-05

This bowling alley is now gone. See Roadside Peek's Lost Treasure memory of the Orange Bowl formerly of Rialto.



La Puente Lanes (Demolished)
La Puente, CA
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com


Stop by La Puente Lanes for a few games of bowling. Shoot some pool or play a few video games while your there.

Unfortunately, La Puente Lanes is no longer a destination for ten pin alley thrill seekers as it was razed over in 2006. 12-06

(Far left) The marquee for La Puente Lanes









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