July 2017 - Midland ON
I posted some other murals from Midland last week. I also included the large one in this post.
This mural represents the Girl Guides of Canada. The pictures along the border of the mural outline tasks the Girl Guides did.
This general store was in operation from 1895 to 1950's.
This lighthouse was built in the 1900's to help guide ships on course from Giant's Tomb to the channel serving Midland Bay. Note the window in the top of the lighthouse is real.
Depicting the early years of a 20th Century Livery Stable and the introduction of the automobile when it started taking over traditional transportation.
...what a sweet '56 Ford Convertible.ReplyDelete
Whew! That's a lot of murals. I love the nostalgia of them. :)ReplyDelete
Great murals, what a great find!ReplyDelete
Thanks to VioletSky for posting one earlier that made me go check them out.Delete
Oh wow!! That's a great collection.ReplyDelete
The girl guide murals are so neat. What a great idea.
And the light house and blue behind it is my favourite. How lovely!
aaargh, you took all my murals!ReplyDelete
these are great aren't they?
(as I go off and rearrange my posts for the next two months)
Don't be silly, post them anyway! And yes, they were amazing!Delete
What a treasure trove Midland is. All are fun and have their own appeal. Thanks for contributing to this week's Monday Mural.ReplyDelete