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Twedt's Bowling Alley

 

Rip Van Winkle Lanes
Fort Myers, FL
Photo courtesy Steve/Back on Tack

The Rip Van Winkle Lanes will certainly not put you to sleep. Especially after seeing this sign.

 

 

Orange Bowl Lanes
Kissimmee, FL
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

The neon lettering catches the eye of passersby as they contemplate stopping by the Orange Bowl Lanes for a few games of bowling. This bowling alley is located in Kissimmee.

 

 

 

Twedt's Lanes (Demolished)
Largo, FL
Photo courtesy Steve/Back on Tack

Check out this marquee for the Twedt's Lanes in Largo, FL. Twedt's has been a Largo bowling alley attraction since 1967. The sign itself has a giant pin that makes it real clear that you're about to reach the bowling alley. Unless it's mistaken for a giant milk bottle.

 

UPDATE 09/13 : Twedt's Lanes has announced that it will close on Labor Day 2013. The buyer is planning a retail center complete with shops and eateries. 09-13

UPDATE 10/17 : Twedt's Lanes is indeed now a strip mall. There is a business called Smoothie King that now resides at 13100 Seminole Blvd in Largo. 10-17

See Roadside Peek's Lost Treasures Tribute to the Twedt's Lanes for more information.

 

 

Ten Pin Lanes
South Pasadena, FL
Photo courtesy Steve/Back on Tack

Twedt's and Ten Pin Lanes are both owned by the same company. They both have style... that is if you don't count the shoes. Check out the pink paint on this ten pin alley, located in South Pasadena, FL.

 

 

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