60s Scoreboard

by John H. Isles (QXZ)

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Here's a throwback and a tribute to the old scoreboards of Dodger Stadium and the Astrodome. The main alphabet, numbers, and some of the punctuation (the period, the apostrophe, and the T-shaped ampersand) are accurate to the original dot-matrix displays. However, much of the punctuation had to be improvised (there is no evidence of a question mark or comma being used on these scoreboards), as are the accented characters. Updated on April 9, 2014: I made a slight modification on the colon and semicolon after a recent search on photos of the old Astrodome's scoreboard.
Info: Created on 25th June 2010 . Last edited on 8th July 2014.
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