Canadian city to spend $11,000 to buy, restore neon sign

03/26/2013 | Burnaby Now (British Columbia)

City officials in Burnaby, British Columbia, approved a plan to pay $2,000 to buy an iconic 52-year-old neon sign and another $9,000 to restore it. The 20-foot-tall Lost in the 50's Drive-In neon sign is one of the few neon signs remaining in the city, and is part of a drive-in that has also served as a movie set, according to a report from the city's planning and building department.

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