Faded Coca-Cola ad on the side of a brick commercial building at 100 S. Mildred Street in Ranson, West Virginia at the corner of Mildred and W 6th Avenue. You can see they lowered the windows, effacing part of the ad.
Beautifully preserved brick ad for Lee clothing and Greenman’s store at 110 E University Avenue in Champaign, Illinois, right next to the Champaign County History Museum. The store used to be at that location, before it became Le Shoppe.
Hunter Dinerant, 18 Genessee St. in Auburn, New York, is an O’Mahony model from 1951. Check out the faded ghost sign on the brick wall behind the diner. Unfortunately, I couldn’t make out what it said.
Duluth Imperial Flour ghost sign on the side of Little Falls Fuel Co., 441 W Main Street, Little Falls, Herkimer County, New York. Duluth Imperial Mill in Minnesota was the largest flour mill in the world in the 1890s.
The Ale House at 393 Princess Street in Kingston, Ontario. Opened in 1993, the Ale House is a chill hangout offering drink & wing specials, basic pub grub, country-music nights & live bands.