Are these real Coca-Cola store signs—or just temporary props put up for a film shoot?
I might say the latter if I didn’t see them myself. There aren’t many delis, drugstores, and luncheonettes left in New York featuring the familiar red and white Coke logo.
Spotting one is like a trip back in time. The Starlite Deli fluorescent sign continues to light up West 44th Street in Times Square.
A handmade sign advertising Coke and 7-Up, now that’s a rare find. This one is on Carmine Street.
This corner shop in Astoria apparently still stocks 20th century artifacts such as school supplies, cigars, and “pocketbooks.” It’s under the N train elevated tracks.
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