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Astro Motel
Fresno, CA
Photo courtesy Dave & Debra van Hulsteyn

Just the name Astro conjures up images of space age ports, flying vehicles, and even the Jetson's dog. Here's the Astro Motel with a radiant orb atop its roof, perhaps transmitting interplanetary signals? Check out this Fresno delight and other motels at Roadside Peek's Other Roadside Motels Central California.



White's Motel (Removed)
Mojave, CA
Photo courtesy Dave & Debra van Hulsteyn

The neon sign for the White's Motel in Mojave glows brightly at night. Check out the big red arrow pointing the way to the motel office. Check out this neon delight of a motel sign and others from the Central California region at Roadside Peek's Neon Motels Central California.



99 Motel
Atwater, CA
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

An old roadside motel's name gets removed along Highway 99. Yes, another roadside treasure disappeared with the removal of the 99 Motel marquee in Atwater, CA. With the demolition of the Peter N' Rae's Cafe just up the street, not much remains in this Route 99 town.

Check out the 99 Motel here at Roadside Peek's Lost Treasures 99 Motel.



Bakersfield Inn (Closed)
Bakersfield, CA
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

The Bakersfield Inn was located along the old Highway 99 in the Central Valley town of Bakersfield. Built in 1929, the Bakersfield Inn grew its business and expanded throughout the next few decades, even building another wing across Union Avenue, next to the famed Bakersfield Arch.

See more of the Bakersfield Inn at Roadside Peek's Lost Treasures Bakersfield Inn.






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