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Americana Artwork:

 
 
Forksville Bridge
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Forksville Bridge
Description:
Still in daily use in Forksville PA way up in the boonies of Sullivan County. The General Store is still open next to it.
   
 
Fred Basset
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Fred Basset
Description:
This late lovable and goofy basset hound was owned by Cliff & Katie Lowe on Drew Expositions.
 
Finchs Country Store Artwork Title: Finch's Country Store
Description: A famous landmark in Pegram TN, this store sells everything from ice cream to worms, fishing and hunting licenses, pizza, beer, movies, you name it.
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Filable Bus Front
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Flxible Bus Front
Description:
 Front view of the same Flxible bus in central PA.

 

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Geraniums
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Geraniums
Description:

A vibrant hanging basket on my moms shed in late August.

 

 
Irises
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Irises
Description:
Bearded irises are breathtakingly beautiful but have a short lifespan.
   
 
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Kites At Seaside Park, NJ
Description:
Every Wednesday in the summer, thousands of people gather on the beach at Seaside Park to fly all types of kites - from small to exotic.
   
 
Kolb's
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Kolb's Resturant Sign
Description:
This antique neon sign was still hanging in New Orleans just off Canal Street the last time I visited before Katrina hit. The restaurant did not seem to exist anymore
 
 
Marlinton West Virginia
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Marlinton WV Depot
Description:
On a rainy foggy day back in the 1980's, I passed this charming train depot in Marlinton, West Virginia. Not sure if it is there any longer.
   
 
Mr. Weiner
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Mr. Weiner
Description:
This hot dog stand stood on Route 15 between Harrisburg and Selinsgrove PA near Liverpool for many years. By the 1990's it was abandoned and forlorn. When the highway was widened, Mr. Weiner was removed. Now it has been restored, repainted and relocated to Weaver's Gas Market in Allenwood PA back on Rt 15 about 30 miles north of its prior location. The old sign said Home of Mr. Weiner on one side and In Full Dress on the other as I recall.
 
Mt. Zion Church View
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Mt. Zion Church View
Description:
This is the view from the cemetary of Mt. Zion Church near Picture Rocks PA. Several generations of my Nichols and Holdren ancestors are all buried up here on top of a very high hill. You can see for miles and miles on a clear day such as this.
   
 
Nisbet Farm
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Nisbet Farm
Description:
Bitter cold winter day in the mountains of Pennsylvania.
   
 
Pegram Train Station
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Pegram Train Station
Description:
The old passenger station in Pegram TN is now used as the community center. Painted from a photo I took after a snowfall in January 2003.
   
 
Perfect Pig BBQ
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Perfect Pig BBQ
Description:

Famous BBQ joint in White Bluff TN, outside Nashville. Actually called Carl's Perfect Pig.

If you like BBQ - this is the place I compare all others to. Worth the trip. Bright pink decor too.

   
 
Red  Caboose
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Red Caboose
Description:

The old L&N caboose, next to the Pegram Community Club (the former depot).

   
 
Rickett's Glen
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Rickett's Glen
Description:
This is one of the many beautiful waterfalls at Ricketts Glen State Park in PA. There are more than 22 waterfalls and 26 miles of hiking trails. This is one of the picturesque waterfalls on the steep trail through the Glens area.
   
 
Rock City Barn
Artwork Title:
Rock City Barn
Description:

Many barns in Tennessee have the famous SEE ROCK CITY signs painted on their roofs. Rock City  is a  retro tourist attraction in Chattanooga TN.  Visit www.seerockcity.com today.

These barn roofs are very popular. This one was near Morristown TN and is more elaborate than most.

 
 
Rockville Bridge
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Rockville Railroad Bridge
Description:

The longest stone railroad bridge at nearly a mile long, opened in 1902. Carries nearly continuous train traffic over the Susquehanna River north of Harrisburg PA. Famous icon to rail fans.

   

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