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Sutton Motel
Springfield, OR
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

Here's a neon shot of the Sutton Motel in Springfield. Looks like the neon is still intact on this one.

 

 

Crown Motel (Demolished)
Portland, OR
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

The Crown Motel of Portland, Oregon still lights up a rather dark street along an interesting strip. It's also quite fun to get yelled at while standing outside. Before the mass rail went in, the area seemed really dangerous and seedy. In fact, I was concerned when I was approached by a bicyclist while taking photos with a then seemingly expensive digicam and SLR. Roadsidepeek.com.

This 1959 motel is located at 5226 North Interstate Ave..

 

UPDATE 04/17 : The Crown Motel was demolished in April 2008. The sign was saved and was to have been restored. Another of the old Interstate Avenue seedy motels is now just a memory. 04-17

 

 

The Palms Motel
Portland, OR
Photo courtesy Adriene Biondo

Here's a look at the fantastic neon of The Palms Motel. Check out the colors on this huge marquee.

 

Photo courtesy Adriene Biondo

 

 

 

Capitol Hill Motel
Portland, OR
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

The neon lights up the street where the Capitol Hill Motel stands.

 

 

Daffodil Motel
Tacoma, WA
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

The Daffodil Motel still looks to be a good roadside stop after all these years.

The neon sign can be seen for blocks at night.

 

 

 

La Hacienda Motel
Seattle, WA
Photo courtesy John Spencer


The "new" La Hacienda Motel in Seattle has a neon sign that's a couple of blocks away from the motel its advertising.

Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

(Far right) The neon marquee at the lot of the La Hacienda Motel in Seattle, WA

(Near right) This neon sign points the way to the motel when you get close. In this case, when you get within two blocks.

 

 

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