Neon signs have been a common sight in Tucson for decades. Think you've seen them all? Test your knowledge with this neon identification quiz: Each slide will feature a section of a sign in Tucson followed by a complete image of the sign. Good luck!
Monterey Court, 505 W. Miracle Mile
The sign for Monterey Court Studio Galleries and Cafe, 505 W. Miracle Mile.
Riviera Motor Lodge, 515 W. Miracle Mile
The sign for Riviera Motor Lodge, 515 W. Miracle Mile, just after sundown.
The Western Hotel, 3218 E. Benson Highway
The Western Hotel sign, 3218 E. Benson Hwy., partially lit just as the sun goes down, one of the antique neon signs along that strip of road.
Hacienda Motel, 1742 N. Oracle Road
The two signs for the Hacienda Motel, 1742 N Oracle Rd., part of the historic neon signs in the city.
Empire Market, along Ninth Street and Second Avenue
The neon signs for The Buffet Bar & Crock Pot, bottom, the currently closed Empire Laundry and the New Empire Food Market, along 9th St. at 2nd Ave.
Caruso's, 434 S. Sixth Ave.
The neon sign for Caruso's, 434 S. 6th Ave.
Pueblo Hotel and Apartments, 145 S. Sixth Ave.
The "Diving Girl" neon sign, outside the Pueblo Hotel and Apartments and the Piccarreta Davis Law Office, 145 S. 6th Ave.
San Carlos Apartments, 71 E. 13th St.
The neon sing for the San Carlos Apartments, 71 E. 13th St., downtown.
Leo's Auto Supply, corner of Stone and Glenn
The Lumberjack and the neon sign for the former Leo's Auto Supply on the corner of Stone and Glenn.
Coronado Hotel, corner of Ninth and Fourth
The Coronado Hotel and the Coronet Cafe sign, showing peeling paint. According to an application to city of Tucson for a historic landmark sign treatment plan, it was originally installed in 1953 and restored in 2013 by Cook & Co. Signmakers, Inc.
Downtown Motor Hotel, 383 S. Stone Ave.
The neon sign for the former Downtown Motor Hotel on 383 S. Stone.
Sun Land Motel, 465 W. Miracle Mile
The partially operating sign for the Sun Land Motel, 465 W Miracle Mile.
Ghost Ranch Lodge and Restaurant, 801 W. Miracle Mile
Darkening skies over the sign for the former Ghost Ranch Lodge and Restaurant, now the Ghost Ranch Apartments, 801 W Miracle Mile.
Wayward Winds Lodge, 707 W. Miracle Mile
The Wayward Winds Lodge, now the Gospel Rescue Mission's Women's and Children's Center, 707 W. Miracle Mile.
La Siesta Motel, 1602 N. Oracle Road
The unlit neon sign for the La Siesta Motel, 1602 N. Oracle Road.
Sahara Apartments, 919 N. Stone Ave.
The neon sign for the Sahara Apartments, 919 N. Stone.
Brink Supermarketing, 1100 S. Sixth Ave.
The neon signage of the former KY Supermarket, now Brink Supermarketing, 1100 S. 6th Ave.
Cross Roads Restaurant, 2602 S. Fourth Ave.
The neon signs lighting up the Cross Roads Restaurant, the former Cross Roads Drive Inn, 2602 S. 4th Ave.
Arizona Hotel, 1746 S. Sixth Ave.
With the neon out, the Arizona Hotel sign, 1746 S. 6th Ave., is lit with exterior lamps, part of the city's neon culture.
Sue's Fish and Chips, 2500 S. Fourth Ave.
The neon sign outside Sue's Fish, 2500 S. 4th Ave.
Frontier Motel, 227 W. Drachman
A combination of exterior lights and failing neon tubes on the Frontier Motel sign, 227 W. Drachman.
Molina's Midway Mexican Food, 1138 N. Belvedere
The sign for the recently close Molina's Midway Mexican Food, 1138 N. Belvedere, with the Santa Catalinas in the background.
Rialto Theatre, 318 E. Congress St.
The Rialto Theatre sign above the marquee, 318 E. Congress.
Hydra, 145 E. Congress St.
Pedestrians stroll by the window and the stylized neon Hydra sign, 145 E. Congress.
Crescent Tobacco Shop, 200 E. Congress
Crescent Tobacco Shop & Newsstand, 200 E. Congress.
Tucson International Airport control tower
The iconic air traffic control tower at Tucson International Airport with its neon sign.
Fox Theatre, 17 W. Congress St.
Traffic along Congress cruises by the Fox Theatre and its neon sign.
KingFisher Bar and Grill, 2564 E. Grant Road
The distinctive neon sign, reflected in the roof of a car, over the entrance to Kingfisher Bar and Grill, 2564 E Grant Rd.
Sunset over the National Glass of Tucson, Inc. building 2418 N Stone Ave.
Color TV King, 2420 N. Campbell Ave.
The non-working Color TV King sign at 2420 N. Campbell, now over Rugs & More, and in addition to the neon, used to rotate as well.
Lucky Strike Bowl, 4015 E. Speedway
There's plenty of neon on the Lucky Strike Bowl, 4015 E Speedway Blvd.
Lucky Wishbone, 10 N. Swan Road
The Lucky Wishbone, 10 N. Swan, with it's flashing center light. The location has been in place since 1953 and was built by Arizona Neon according to 2009 Daily Star story.
El Corral, 2201 E. River Road
A cowboy themed neon sign for a cowboy steakhouse, outside El Corral, 2201 E. River Rd.