Monday, April 24, 2017

Wallet Card with some of the oldest street signs on Long Island

A few very old enamel street signs have survived in New Hyde Park.

According to Forgotten New York, this blue sign dates back to the 1920s. . .

while this white one dates to the 1950s.

Almost all street signs are metal these days, so the survival of these signs is a rarity.

1 comment:

  1. I know they're just utilitarian signs but they just have style that's missing today.