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Bowling Signs (page 5)

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Eagle Lanes
Eagle Bend, MN
Recreation Lanes [gone]
Rochester, MN
The Eagle Lanes sign has been restored since 2008. This photo is from 2011. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2.

The Recreation Lanes sign was probably from the 1950s. Around 2014, the place became the Bowlocity Entertainment Center. This photo is from 2008. Both signs were still there in 2012. By 2017, they were gone.

More Minnesota:
Jerry Dutler's Bowl (Mankato) [gone]
Bryant-Lake Bowl (Minneapolis)
Stardust Lanes (now Memory Lanes): 1, 2 [map] (Minneapolis)

Blue Springs Bowl
Blue Springs, MO
Star Lanes
Carthage, MO
The Blue Springs Bowl signs are probably from the 1950s. The red sign was gone by 2012 but the pole sign is still there. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

The Star Lanes is housed in the former Crane Theatre. The theatre was built in 1926 and remodeled in 1955. It was renamed the Fox Theatre at that time. I assume this sign was originally used for the theatre and adapted for Star Lanes. [map]

Sterling Lanes
Independence, MO
Diamond Bowl
Independence, MO
Olympia Lanes [gone]
St. Joseph, MO
Crestwood Bowl
St. Louis, MO
The Sterling Lanes opened in 1959. This sign is probably from then. [map]

The Diamond Bowl opened in 1947 and moved to this location in 1972. The building was completely renovated and this sign was installed in 2007. The diamond-shaped piece on top of the sign revolves. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

The Olympia Lanes sign was probably from the 1950s. In 2016, the sign was adapted for Natural Grocers. The bowling pin was replaced with an apple. For more, see this website. [map]

The Crestwood Bowl opened in 1957 and this sign is from then. The sign originally had an arrow and a message board. In 2009, the neon was removed and the sign was lit with a spotlight. This photo is from 2010. In 2012, the sign was restored and relit. For more, see this website. [map]

More Missouri:
Cassville Bowl [map] (Cassville)
Crest Bowl (Florissant)
Tropicana Lanes (Richmond Heights)
Sikeston Bowling Center (Sikeston)
Concord Bowl (St. Louis)

Sunset Bowl
Billings, MT
The Sunset Bowl sign is probably from the 1960s. For more, see this website. [map]

Center Lanes & Lounge [gone]
Billings, MT

The Center Lanes & Lounge opened in the 1940s and closed in 2007. These photos are from 2006. The signs were gone by 2011. For more, see these websites: 1, 2 and 3.

More Montana:
Copper Bowl [map] (Anaconda)
City Club Lanes [map] (Big Timber)
Powder River Lanes [map] (Broadus)
Star Lanes [map] (Butte)
Air Bowl [gone] (Columbus)
Little's Lanes [map] (Great Falls)

Sky-Lanes
Asheville, NC
The Sky-Lanes opened in 1963 and this sign is probably from then. For more, see this website. [map]

Red Ray Lanes
Grand Forks, ND
The Red Ray Lanes signs might be from the 1950s and/or 1960s. The Kegler sign is probably more recent. [map]

More North Dakota:
10 Spot Bowling [map] (Mandan)
North Hill Bowl [map] (Minot)

Super Bowl
Grand Island, NE
Cornhusker Lanes
Ogallala, NE
The Super Bowl sign is probably from the 1960s. [map]

The Cornhusker Lanes sign is probably from the 1960s. [map]

More Nebraska:
Arena Bowl [map] (Gering)
Kim Bowl [map] (Kimball)
Bowlatorium [map] (Omaha)
Chops Bowl (Omaha)

Leda Lanes
Nashua, NH
Bowl-O-Rama [gone]
Portsmouth, NH
The Leda Lanes opened in 1959. This neon candlepin sign is installed on the roof. [map]

Bowl-o-Rama is still open but this sign was replaced with a box sign in 2009. The 33-foot-tall sign was built in the 1960s and shaped like a candlepin.

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