The current boneyard tour, where unrestored signs lay in wait, is a phenomenal walk through history, and, if you've previously visited Vegas, a walk down memory lane as well. Photos are allowed for personal use only, but we were granted some stock photos to use.
Here you can see parts of the Stardust sparkles and Aladdins lamp, and Horse Shoe in the background. (stock photo)
The tour guide we had was terrific. He told us a lot of interesting history and little known stuff about the signs. This restored slipper, which has been erected on the street side of the boneyard is 14 feet tall under the arch and has 700 light bulbs. Its made of steel and sheet metal, weighs 2 tons and it sparkles by turning on and off the lights. Wow! Maybe you remember the Silver Slipper Casino?
Have a peek at what they've already accomplished: (stock photos.)