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Troy.One

Oklahoma City (just Bricktown area)

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Some entertaining shots of OKC, in and around Bricktown a few days

before Independence Day if I remember correctly.

Enjoy! (15 photos)

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Nice photos Troy!

I actually didn't even realize this existed.

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Great pics, Troy! :) I was in OKC last summer, but didn't have the chance to check out bricktown. Thanks!

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Wow, in MA they would have sandblasted the old signs right off instead of restoring them. I always wondered why they weren't also considered historic?

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Good point Scott! I think those signs, painted or otherwise, should definitely be included in the 'language' of historic preservation/renovation public policy.

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Wow, in MA they would have sandblasted the old signs right off instead of restoring them. I always wondered why they weren't also considered historic?

I always think those old signs are cool & I wish more old buildings here still had them on. Why do they sand blast them off? They add so much to old buildings.

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Yeah pretty much every building in Bricktown has those old painted signs. It really adds to the historic feel and the new owners always leave them despite these businesses being long gone.

I will try to get some updated Bricktown pics up. It has changed a lot.

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