The last full day of Nebraska for this trip.
This sign originally advertised for the Hotel Leslie in Superior:
This sign in Grand Island advertised for Bartenbach’s Paints originally:
Another sign from Grand Island:
This sign is in Nelson:
This American Legion sign is in Fullerton:
This one is in North Loop:
This wooden sign with cleaver and meat is in Sargent:
This Masonic Lodge is in Kearney:
Another sign from Kearney:
This Superior Electrical Advertising bulb arrow sign is in Cairo at a closed junk shop:
This former Ku-Ku sign is in Gibbon:
It would have looked like this one in Miami, OK originally:
This Rexall sign in Minden now has LED rope instead of neon:
It breaks my heart to see the covered wagon and oxen in Kearney in such bad shape. They had been restored just a few years ago:
This former garage is in Central City. The terra cotta details were covered by a giant canopy until around 2018:
This former gas station is in Taylor:
This building in Hastings originally housed a First National Bank. The City bought the building in 1984.
This little folded plate building is just across the street from the former bank above. I can’t help but wonder if it wasn’t a companion motor bank:
This theatre is in Superior. The neon has been replaced with LED rope:
Lastly, this building in Hastings was built in 1949 for Mouer’s Restaurant:
It began housing Keith’s Drive-in Drugs in 1979. These signs must be from then:
Back soon with the last bit of Nebraska and then Colorado.
dj & the dogs