Outside 7715 State Line Road, workers take down the Crick Camera Shop neon sign as the final act of the longtime store’s closing. Local photographer Nick Vedros wants to memorialize the sign and others like it with a neon museum: “I think the community would be interested in preserving that history of Kansas City before it’s too late,” Vedros says.
Outside 7715 State Line Road, workers take down the Crick Camera Shop neon sign as the final act of the longtime store’s closing. Local photographer Nick Vedros wants to memorialize the sign and others like it with a neon museum: “I think the community would be interested in preserving that history of Kansas City before it’s too late,” Vedros says. David Eulitt deulitt@kcstar.com
Outside 7715 State Line Road, workers take down the Crick Camera Shop neon sign as the final act of the longtime store’s closing. Local photographer Nick Vedros wants to memorialize the sign and others like it with a neon museum: “I think the community would be interested in preserving that history of Kansas City before it’s too late,” Vedros says. David Eulitt deulitt@kcstar.com

Though Crick Camera Shop is closed, its iconic neon sign might have a bright future

February 10, 2017 07:00 AM