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Discussion in 'Photos' started by larryboy, Dec 1, 2005.
Looks like luckys wasn’t so lucky
Nice looking fjr sir .
Marietta, Ohio -
This mural was discovered in the heart of the historic district of Marietta while bombing around the local streets.
The Wakefield Hotel once stood on this corner at Third and Putnam Streets during the early 1900's. The landmark has been recreated in this mural at the same location. The mural was done in Y2K and is starting to peel.
I just rode in through that tunnel of trees.
Dothan? anyone, anyone?
Could you provide a bit more location info?
It's on the back of the lumberyard brewery.
Scarlett O'Hara Jonesboro, Georgia.
Like the Harp over the side entrance in the architecture.
Another small but interesting mural in Marietta, Ohio. On the right is a representation of Front Street from 1925. On the left is another of Front Street during the flood of January 1937 - with an image of Ferdinand Kasek, who was a Marietta College Rower in 1933. Marietta has had a history with flooding - as it sits on the banks of the Ohio River. A bit of history.
That's a great mural.
Tribute to the artist that did the murals in Pontiac, also located in Pontiac IL.
The Railyard in Kansas City