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Ferguson's Motel
Las Vegas, NV
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

Here's another brightly lit neon motel sign along Fremont Street that always seems to be on. The Ferguson's Motel is fun to see and servers as a flashback to what all of Fremont used to look like in its heyday.

 

 

Fishers Inn Motel
Las Vegas, NV
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

This Boulder Highway motel called A Fishers Inn advertises it "comfortable family lodging." Good to see that the neon sign is still in fine shape and all the neon letters are still working. This motel was formerly called the Comet Motel back in the day.

 

 

Lucky Cuss Motel
Las Vegas, NV
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

Check out the "lucky cuss" on this motel sign. The Lucky Cuss Motel still lights up along Boulder Highway across from the former Showboat.

Lucky Cuss Motel (2006)
Las Vegas, NV
Photo courtesy Allen Sandquist

 

UPDATE 09/06 : Check out the Lucky Cuss Motel, all lit up as the sun fades out over the horizon. Many thanks to Allen Sandquist for updated photo. 09-06

 

 

 

Motel 8
Las Vegas, NV
Photo courtesy Allen Sandquist

Here's a couple of neon shots of the Motel 8 sign that used to sit in front of Mr. Deli's Market in Las Vegas, before a wind blew it down a few years ago.

Many thanks to Allen Sandquist for photos and info.

 

 

Holiday Motel
Las Vegas, NV
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

Some say that the next motels to go in Vegas are the ones on the north side of the strip like the Fun City and the Holiday Motel. Say it ain't so! With the loss of the Tam O'Shanter and the soon to be sayonara to the La Concha, the old mid-century motels along the strip are becoming a rarity. This marquee for the Holiday is a one of a kind... just perfect for its proximity to Circus Circus and a flashback to the old Holiday Inn signs of yesteryear. Yes, the Vegas Neon Museum may be able to save this sign and put it up in a museum somewhere, but it sure wouldn't be the same thing. C'mon Vegas, leave some of your fantastic relics of your past for all to remember and treasure.

 

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