SALT LAKE CITY — An iconic piece of Utah’s past disappeared for a bit, but it’s back now … sort of.
The massive sign on top of the old Rio Grande train station is back after a brief absence. For seventy years or so, it has dominated the skyline at the end of 300 South in Salt Lake City.
But if you look closely, the sign is a little different than before. The old neon sign has been replaced by a new version with LED lights.
Find out more about the history behind the sign, and why it has been swapped out for a newer version in this week’s Uniquely Utah!