A Conch Tour Train turns at Duval and Petronia streets Thursday, May 28, 2015, in Key West, Fla., just after city workers installed four rainbow crosswalks. The crosswalks feature bands of all six colors of the rainbow flag, an internationally recognized symbol of gay and lesbian unity. The crosswalks are composed of pre-formed thermoplastic color blocks alternating with white stripes, heat-treated to become a permanent part of the pavement.
A Conch Tour Train turns at Duval and Petronia streets Thursday, May 28, 2015, in Key West, Fla., just after city workers installed four rainbow crosswalks. The crosswalks feature bands of all six colors of the rainbow flag, an internationally recognized symbol of gay and lesbian unity. The crosswalks are composed of pre-formed thermoplastic color blocks alternating with white stripes, heat-treated to become a permanent part of the pavement. Florida Keys News Bureau
A Conch Tour Train turns at Duval and Petronia streets Thursday, May 28, 2015, in Key West, Fla., just after city workers installed four rainbow crosswalks. The crosswalks feature bands of all six colors of the rainbow flag, an internationally recognized symbol of gay and lesbian unity. The crosswalks are composed of pre-formed thermoplastic color blocks alternating with white stripes, heat-treated to become a permanent part of the pavement. Florida Keys News Bureau

LGBTQ South Florida

May 28, 2015 4:35 PM

Key West installs permanent rainbow crosswalks at Duval and Petronia streets in Old Town

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