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Harvest, Alabama: Coke Sign Eaten by a Tree (Gone)

A vintage metal Coca-Cola sign hung on a tree and had eventually been enveloped by it.

May 2023: Reported gone.

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Coke Sign Eaten by a Tree

Sadly the stump is no longer there. The lot is used for extra parking of the church.

[EC, 05/03/2023]

Coca Cola sign swallowed by tree.

Coke Sign Eaten by a Tree

The Coke sign is still visible, but the tree has eaten more of it. The Coke name is no longer visible, but it's still interesting.

[Julia Willhite, 07/12/2020]

Lesson: A Rolling Bottle Cap Sign Gathers No Fungus.

Coke Sign Eaten by a Tree

Alas, the tree has met the chainsaw. But the chunk of the tree trunk that contains the Coke sign remains at the site.

[Ralph Dillihay, 02/04/2019]

Coke sign in tree.

Coke Sign Eaten by a Tree

The Coke sign in the tree is located in the parking lot of the Seventh Day Adventist Church.

[Ralph Dillihay, 04/28/2013]

Coke sign eaten by tree.

Coke Sign Eaten by a Tree

A Coke sign is being eaten by a tree in Harvest, Alabama.

[Lee Berry, 04/09/2013]

In the proud tradition of trees that ingest bicycles and farm tools.

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