You can find this vintage neon sign at the junction of Highway 2 and Old Owen Road in Monroe, WA. Travel another 2 blocks down Old Owen Road to find the motel.
This sign is located on the Basin Street, the main street that runs through Ephrata.
Built in 1913 and named for the daughter of the 1st manager; the Ruby Theater is located in downtown Chelan. It is one of the oldest movie/vaudeville theaters in the state and has been showing movies almost continually since opening. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1991.
For movie times and information check their website.
Located on the west side of Soap Lake, the Garlin Apartments were built in 1946.
One of the vintage neon signs in Soap Lake. The lodge is now a RV park with lake access but it once rented rooms and had a pool.
In operation since 1973, the Ginkgo Gem Shop is a family owned and operated business located in Vantage, WA next to the Columbia River and the Ginkgo Petrified Forest State Park. They sell fossils, minerals, gems, crystals, petrified wood and other rock related doodads. They also have some large dinosaurs lurking around the outside of their building. Check them out at: ginkgogemshop.com or on Facebook.
Built in the early 1950’s, this is the oldest operating motel in Moses Lake. sagensandmotel.com
One of the vintage neon signs in Moses lake. This establishment date to 1906, but the name Danny’s and the sign came around in the early 1950s.
A small community in Douglas, County, WA.So small that there is no population data on this tiny town. It’s named after cattleman J.J. Withrow and is just a few houses and several abandoned buildings. It is also located with in a National Natural Landmark (NNL) area. Specifically, the Withrow Moraine and Jamison Lake Drumlin Field. The ice age flood events have left the land with very unusual landmarks