Port Colborne, Ontario, Canada: 1954 Dairy Queen with Original Sign

Last location with the original DQ building design and unaltered sign. Opened in 1954. The interior was restored to its original 1950s specs in the early 2000s. The 1954 then-mandatory segregated window now holds an air conditioner.

Dairy Queen

Address:
73 Main St E, Port Colborne, ON, Canada
Directions:
Main St. and Dolphin St.
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Original Dairy Queen sign.

1954 Dairy Queen with Original Sign

Still serving up blizzards and other tasty treats. Cool sign, very different from their modern logo. See it along with Muddy the Mudcat -- about a half-hour away.

[Joannah Soderborg, 04/16/2017]

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