It's amazing how realistic this mural is.
These are the kinds of murals I like too!
Yup, my fave kind also!
pretty cute. keep the dogs away from the tracks, please!
I love that. I am always amazed how they can paint on walls like that.
I like a good historic mural, but I like the modern ones too. My favorite is still the black & white of the kid with the slingshot in Sheboygan!
I really like these too!
I think a splendid addition to that mural would be Sinbad in the foreground eyeing those doggies. We don't see enough of Sinbad.
A nice portrait of a peaceful quiet time.
Me too! This is a depiction of simpler times. I wonder if was really that wonderful back then, though. Well, I guess we like to think so.
Beautiful mural.I agree; probably a long time ago.Peace :)
I could almost see the people getting into the train.Have you noticed the lady in yellow spotted you? ;-)
It's so realistic that I'd probably walk up to the window and try to buy a ticket. And then wonder why the service is so poor. Thanks for contributing to this week's Monday Mural.
Yes, I like this style too. Reminds me of a mural of about this same vintage of a family picking oranges in old Orange County in the Fullerton post office. I have a photo of it somewhere.
it's very down to earth and if it's a coffee shop then I'd be in for a mug of caffeine too, for sure. It's a very good mural
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