Hotline: Neon Lucozade sign to be removed after 50 years

The famous neon Lucozade sign that greets people driving into west London on the M4 is being taken down after 50 years. The sign, which shows the drink being poured into a glass, is being dismantled by its GlaxoSmithKline owner and will be given to the nearby Gunnersbury Park Museum.

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