Roseville, Michigan: National Coney Island Tower

Unique, towering Googie-style 1960s rotating conical sign made of chrome steel with neon lettering.

Address:
27027 Gratiot Ave., Roseville, MI
Directions:
I-696 exit 27, on the northwest side.
Hours:
Lit at night. (Call to verify) Local health policies may affect hours and access.
Phone:
586-776-2933
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Coney Island Horn.

National Coney Island Horn

A large horn-shaped sign indicates that there is a National Coney Island! Very interesting to see from the freeway. This sign is visible from I-696 on both sides.

[Kristen, 12/15/2016]

The unique rotating conical sign was built in the early 1960s, when the restaurant was named Susie Q Fish and Chips.


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