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  • "Palomino Motel" Tucumcari, New Mexico
    The Palomino Motel was opened in Tucumcari, NM in 1953 with 20 guest rooms to serve the weary travelers on Route 66. The sign contains a combination of incandescent and neon lighting. The letters spelling Palomino are outlined in neon and filled with incandescent bulbs. The arrow swooping around the name is lit with about 150 incandescent bulbs on each side. The word MOTEL is outlined in neon, as is the backlit sign that is holding an image of the horse. Directly under that sign are three rings of neon surrounding the supporting column. A rough count comes to something like 1,000 incandescent bulbs in total.

"Palomino Motel" Tucumcari, NM - 11x17" Color Print -Signed and Numbered

  • Photo is digitally printed on heavy 14 pt stock, semi-gloss, high quality paper using 5-Color Pigment/Dye Reactive ink producing vivid colors and sharp, crisp details.    

    Prints will last up 100+ years when maintained in proper conditions.  We suggest using "UV-Filter Glass" in your frame which will protect your photograph from 99% of harmful UV rays, as well as provide crisp image resolution for many years.

    Your print will be mailed (free of charge) First Class (5-7 days) in an industrial strength cardboard tube with plastic caps.

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