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See the Vintage Neon Signs of Las Vegas, Reanimated

At Las Vegas’s Neon Museum, the signs in the Boneyard are well past their prime. Once, they lit up the city at night. Now, after years of service, their bulbs hang broken from aging cords or are missing all together. But starting this week, 40 of these classic neon signs have been reanimated, so that it’s possible to get a glimpse of their former glory. The signs themselves are still broken and unrestored.
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