|Topic:||Lucozade Sign||Forum Home|
|Posted by:||Raymond Havelock|
|Does John Dale realise that the Lucozade Sign in the Gunnersbury museum is not the original sign but the third version only dating from the 1980s?|
The Originals were neon and Beecham House adorned a huge Lucozade Neon sign on both sides until the M4 was opened in 1965 Then it changed to Beecham whilst the Lucozade one on the North side of the A4 was updated. Then updated again and was far inferior in the early 80s.
The real work of art was the Neon animated sign. Which would look good anywhere on that easy car park structure.
|Topic||Date Posted||Posted By|
|Lucozade Sign||17/11/21 11:29:00||Raymond Havelock|
|Re:Lucozade Sign||18/11/21 02:49:00||Peter Hughes|
|Re:Re:Lucozade Sign||18/11/21 08:58:00||Raymond Havelock|
|Re:Lucozade Sign||19/11/21 20:58:00||James Bissell-Thomas|
|Re:Re:Lucozade Sign||20/11/21 13:36:00||Raymond Havelock|