Neon Utz Potato Chips

Utz Factory Outlet 861 Carlisle Street Hanover, Pennsylvania On the roof above one of the first of the Utz Potato Chip facilities, is one of my favorite neon signs. Initial construction here was in the late 1940s/early 1950s; but it has been expanded over the decades and definitely has a 1960s vibe in the building design and signage. This location is also one of  their factory outlets. You can find samples...

Pigdom – A Shrine to Swine

Pigdom –  A Shrine to a Swine Houston, Texas (no longer exists) submitted by: Bill Miller One of my favorite RoadsideWonders contributors is back with a funny, touching, and just plain fantastic contribution. We may not be able to visit it any longer; but it’s fun to look back on this unique Houston-area “wonder”. From Bill: This one is chock full of Texas weirdness. The diving pigs...

Molly Malone Statue

Molly Malone Statue Saint Andrew’s Church Tourist Office 25 Suffolk Street Dublin, Ireland submitted by UrbanDragon (Scott) Scott recently sent a few photos from one of his trips to Ireland. He has been a fantastic contributor to RoadsideWonders. Click here to see his finds. Molly Malone is the subject of Dublin’s most famous folk song. The song tells of a young woman who sold cockles and mussels...

One Arch McDonald’s Sign

1960’s Era McDonald’s Sign (removed in 2016) 1755 Columbia Avenue Lancaster, Pennsylvania I was riding around in Lancaster today with no particular destination in mind. When I passed the McDonald’s on Columbia Avenue, I did a double-take. The old Sixties Era Single Arch McDonald’s sign was gone. I took these photos a few years ago; but hadn’t posted them. I’m glad that I...

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