|- Not the traditional fading advertisement as there was no paint, but more and more these types of modern "ghost signs" are becoming common.|
The above building was once a cigar manufacturing facility which was opened in 1876 by German immigrant Francis X. Oberle. The advertisement on the side promotes cigars for merely 10 cents. These days, the businesses inside cater more towards the tourism that drives the area rather than the days past of manufacturing and labor.
|- An old MBTA ad in the subway promotes a pass program.|
|- An advertisement barely hanging on.|
|- In Cambridge, MA an advertisement still promotes "baiting" and "stables."|
|- Hard to tell if there's anything still here, but it seemed like it was once a perfect spot for advertising.|