We Are The Champions!

How Continental by Jann Alexander ©2010

Since 1957:  How Continental by Jann Alexander ©2010

Yes, there are beloved Austin, Texas landmarks in the Vanishing Austin photography series that are surviving, indeed, even thriving. Woot! Settle back with Queen and enjoy the show of our cherished Austin survivors. Just click any image to start a slideshow.

Yes, Austin, if there is a silver lining to all of our upscale urban development, it’s that many of our beloved touchstones, and their signs, still thrive here. ♣ 

P.S. Don’t Miss: Landmarks We Have Loved and Lost

What’s your favorite Austin haunt among the champions?

Endangered Species of Austin, poster by Jann Alexander © 2009

Endangered Species of Austin poster

About my Vanishing Austin series: While many Austin landmarks are lost, many are survivors still. Admire them all in a slideshow, HERE. Prints start at $35.

You can marvel at what’s lost and what’s survived in my Endangered Species of Austin poster, featuring 16 Austin icons, and sized at a handsomely large 24 x 36,” available for $25, HERE.

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18 replies

  1. I love these old signs. My favorite, I think, is the Red Eyed Fly; reminds me of an uncle in San Antonio who used to frequent a bar called The Fractured Fox…only he called it the Wounded Coon after a couple of drinks. And speaking of drinks I did find that Lone Star beer has 4 disbributers in California, 3 of them sort of near, so I’ll just wait until my next Texas visit.

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  2. Wow! What a wonderful collection of signs and they look so good grouped together like this. I live in a fairly small town so we don’t have that many signs here.
    thanks for sharing. 🙂


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