A tom turkey struts inside the dilapidated Joyland amusement park on Wednesday morning. Members of the Historic Preservation Alliance of Wichita and Sedgwick County, Inc. were at the park Wednesday to pick up an animated entrance sign that they bought and plan to restore. The sign, which features neon light animation of two clowns is, according to Greg Kite, "One of the rarest pieces out there."
A tom turkey struts inside the dilapidated Joyland amusement park on Wednesday morning. Members of the Historic Preservation Alliance of Wichita and Sedgwick County, Inc. were at the park Wednesday to pick up an animated entrance sign that they bought and plan to restore. The sign, which features neon light animation of two clowns is, according to Greg Kite, "One of the rarest pieces out there." The Wichita Eagle
A tom turkey struts inside the dilapidated Joyland amusement park on Wednesday morning. Members of the Historic Preservation Alliance of Wichita and Sedgwick County, Inc. were at the park Wednesday to pick up an animated entrance sign that they bought and plan to restore. The sign, which features neon light animation of two clowns is, according to Greg Kite, "One of the rarest pieces out there." The Wichita Eagle

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