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  1. Chris

    I agree! That sign is one of the most indelible images from the first time I went to Seattle back in 1985 (to see KISS of course, duh).

    Another one is there used to be a restaurant right next to the Seattle Center called Wagner’s or Wilson’s or something like that that had a big W out front that spun. I was heartbroken a few years ago when I went there, expecting to feast, and it was no longer there. It was always overrun after concerts, but always worth the wait.

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    1. Chandler O'Leary Post author

      Oh, man, that concert must have been epic!

      Every time I sketch one of these old signs, I can’t help but wonder how many are no longer around. I’m glad the elephant is such a huge tourist draw, because that goes a long way toward preserving it.

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