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Huge discarded neon signs in Las Vegas

Located in the outskirts of Las Vegas is Reed Whipple Cultural Center, where The Neon Boneyard (also known as the Neon Museum) is hosted. Here, over 150 discarded signage and used marquees from the 1930s to the present day are preserved. How awesome is this?

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