This photo of Pegasus was taken during renovations of the Mercantile Building with the unfinished clock tower in the background.
The shot of Pegasus was taken at street level, directly in front of the Magnolia Hotel.
On this day, Pegasus is shrouded in fog and partially obscured by The Kirby Building.
This shot of Pegasus is from Main Street, with the Joule Hotel pool in the foreground.
An eye level view of Pegasus with the Trinity River and Oak Cliff in the background.
Pegasus on the Dallas skyline.
This view of Pegasus is from the pool area of the Kirby Building.
The neon Pegasus sits atop the Magnolia Hotel. The 1923 building was once home to Magnolia Oil which later became known as Mobil Oil. The image of Pegasus has become the recognized symbol of the city of Dallas.
The 1923 Magnolia Building added the neon Pegasus to the top of the building in 1934. The company later became known as Mobil Oil. The building is now the Magnolia Hotel.
The elevators at the Magnolia Hotel are decorated with Pegasus emblems.
The Magnolia Hotel (1923) and Pegasus, partially obscure the view of The Mercantile (1943) clock tower as seen from The Metropolitan at 1200 Main.
The Magnolia Hotel