The corner signs of the Fred Jones Mfg. Co plant.
At first glance I think that Joe's sign needs a paint job. Then I realized it's supposed to look weathered.
Charcoal Oven is pretty iconic. I have driven up and down Northwest Expressway at least a hundred times. Until I took this photo, then went east a couple of miles, I never realized that they had than one location. This one is now closed. The other one has a much larger version of this sign with neon, I'll have to go there one night and get it.
Deep Rock is an old petroleum company. The deep etched sign above the door has been these for a long time.
On Classen Blvd, the Sunshine Cleaners sign is still there, even though the cleaner is long gone.
Real conversation: "Excuse me, how old is this sign"
"Is it original, was it built the same time as the motel?"
"How old is the motel?"
Texaco sign at an antique shop on NE 23rd.
Classen Inn, is that supposed to look like some kind of antennae?
Located a little bit downtown, well more like right next door to it at Johnny's Lunch Box 413 Sheridan. A double sign win as the big red circle sticks out on the sidewalk while the subtle black and metal wall plaque lets you know more when you walk in the door.
On Central Street where I found this well worn cross hanging on a church. In case you have a hard time reading it says Jesus The Son of God Saves and Heals. I wonder if the neon still works?
The Larsen Music sign is your usual run of the mill rectangles but the addition of the giant music notes really make this sign a winner
The Union Bus Station with it's big blue and white marquee style sign.
Mr Keen's Cleaners. Been there as long as I can remember.
Bob Wood's Del City Music marquee from the old Del City Theater. Sad to see this one closed.
The Entrance to the Underground is a familiar sign in downtown OKC.
The Tower Theater sign on NW 23rd is now being restored
Barnes Wrecker Service uses a mini version of a tow truck for their sign on SE 29th St