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Whether in search of a glowing skull or a bright red heart, God's Own Junkyard in London is a maze of multicolored neon of all shapes and sizes which is thriving on its retro reputation. In a vast warehouse in the east of the British capital sits Europe's biggest collection of neon signs.The collection of neon was begun by Bracey's grandfather, a former coal miner, in the 1950s.Bracey's late father, Chris, became a major supplier of neon signs to the sex shops of London's Soho district.But, as the neighborhood started to shed its seedy reputation, signs such as the neon-lit shapely figure of a woman, began finding their way to God's Own Junkyard.
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