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Other Roadside Signage Northern California


Harris Funeral Home
Berkeley, CA
Photo courtesy Devil Doll

The Harris Funeral Home also features neon lettering, not to mention "funeral insurance." Neon marquees for funeral parlors and churches were quite prevalent back in the day, but are more of a rare sight these days.



Orchard Supply
San Jose, CA
Photo courtesy Adriene Biondo

The Orchard Supply Hardware store sign still points the way in off the main drag.



Sacramento Rug Works
Photo and info courtesy Dave van Hulsteyn

'Rug Cleaning by Rug Men'? What an odd slogan. Oh well, it has worked for 97 years, so what do I know? I'm picturing the Rug Men as this sort of cartoonish rolled up carpet with hands and feet. I'm sure the actual Rug Men would be disappointing in comparison. This sign is at Sacramento Rug Works.



Greyhound Bus
Redding, CA
Photo courtesy Dave & Debra van Hulsteyn

This vintage Greyhound Bus terminal in Redding still features the greyhound icon on top of its marquee.



Walnut Trailer Villa (Removed)
Photo courtesy Dave & Debra van Hulsteyn

This trailer park or 'villa' still has a nice boomerang sign out front. The Walnut Trailer Villa seems to have fallen on hard times, though.





Shoe Repair
Photo courtesy Dave & Debra van Hulsteyn

This Shoe Repair sign is all but a sign from the old Main Street America days.



Children's Hospital
Oakland, CA
Photo courtesy Devil Doll

This old neon sign points the way to the Children's Hospital in Oakland, CA.






W.F. Gromley & Sons
Photo courtesy Dave & Debra van Hulsteyn

Not used to having funeral chapel stuff here at Roadside Peek, but this sign was too good to miss. Looks like the parts of the marquee itself may have contained working neon back in the day. Not sure if this sign is just for the parking area at W.F. Gormley & Sons Funeral Chapel.









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