Taken from further back, this picture provides a better sense of the overall size and construction of the screen. Note the missing panels on the right side of the screen and the top of a swing set peeking over the wall.
This picture was taken from across the street. The Buckhorn Mini-Storage sign is visible in this picture.
Yet another view from across the road. Note the top left of the screen is also missing a section.
This is a close-up view of a lighted display box at the base of the screen. Could movie posters have been displayed here?
Classic Neon! This is a view of part of the remains of the
Buckhorn's neon sign.
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This picture shows the other side of the sign.
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This picture shows the base of the screen. Over engineered? Also, check out the creosote that has "drained" out of the poles over time. Can you say 'Hot Texas Summer'?
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