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Orange Grove Shopping Center
Altadena, CA
Photo courtesy Adriene Biondo

The sign for the Orange Grove Shopping Center in Altadena, CA towers over the San Gabriel Valley.

 

 

West Lake Plaza
Lakewood, CA
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

Here's an interesting example of a sign. This marquee for the West Lake Plaza looks like Speed Racer's Mach 5.

 

 

Para-Lamo (Removed)
Bellflower, CA
Photo courtesy Sal Garcia

The tall Para-Lamo shopping center sign towers over traffic at the intersection of Paramount and Del Amo in Bellflower. Well, used to. The Para-Lamo sign was taken down recently and a CVS drug store has been built in its place.

 

 

Color Corner
Bellflower, CA
Photo courtesy Sal Garcia

Here are a couple of cool old shopping center signs standing tall over their strip mall distant cousins. Check out this old sign from yesteryear called the Color Corner in Bellflower.

 

 

Buena Park Mall (Removed)
Buena Park, CA
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

Check out this old sign for the Buena Park Mall. The tall sign and the old lettering date back many years.

 

UPDATE : The BPM sign has been replaced with a newer one for the remodeled shopping center.

 

 

Norwalk Town Square
Norwalk, CA
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

Check out the Norwalk Town Square sign for a shopping center in Norwalk. The huge sign looks like some sort of fountain or space age filament reaching up to the heavens.

 

 

Valley Plaza
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

Many shopping centers marquees like this one for the Valley Plaza were built with the use of multiple pillars, space age looking cross centers, and balanced leg beams. The Valley Plaza sign looks like it has two legs and is about to walk away. This is a googie sign at its best.

 

 

Santa Fe Springs Shopping Center (Demolished)
Santa Fe Springs, CA
Postcard courtesy Sal Garcia

Here's an old postcard view of the Santa Fe Springs Shopping Center back in the day. This shopping center sign used to be located at the corner of Telegraph and Pioneer. 04-06

 

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