Wednesday, November 17, 2010

COKE

You know, as in Coca Cola, not as in Cocaine. Well, not since the old days, anyhow. In Elizabethville Kentucky is a great Coca Cola Museum. Here is a look at a few of our photos. There is so much to see here that we took way too many photos. This first video is of a 1930’s electric Coke sign. Turn your audio up and listen to that mechanical contactor.

1930’s Coca Cola Sign

Right as you come in the door is this grand old Model A Coke Truck.

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And it just got better and better after that !

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The Coke Fountain where we enjoyed a .05 cent Coca Cola !

Here is Betty getting ready to order our nickel Cokes.

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Cool carved wood museum sign.

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Read this very early Coke clock’s inscription. No doubt, it’s from the early days when there was a small amount of cocaine in the formula.

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Clever animated Coke can video.

Star wars R2D2 as a Coke Can

Coke sign in the men’s room.

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3 comments:

Kathy and Robert said...

Very cool! K

Jim and Bobbie said...

Just one little minor detail...it's in Elizabethtown....

Oscar said...

Did Betty pick up any new Coke memorabelia for SPF-60?