Interesting Sign Across River in Millvale

A six word Saturday.

I’ve not seen one of these before but they make a lot of sense.

This one in front of the police station.

Faded Signage Friday

Faded signage Friday. Today I was missing the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge. Not sure why WordPress  eliminated that weekly word prompt but I always liked coming up with an image or two to respond.  Decided I would create my own challenge for Friday.  I realize there are many photographers specializing in these ghost signs.  Hope I can find another one for next Friday.

Looked up Rieck’s Ice Cream  See The Pittsburgh Press Page from 1945 below

 

Copied from a newspaper page The Pittsburgh Press April 12, 1945  

Little Library in the Snow

My SIL James took this photo from the driver’s side, using my phone, on January 20 as we returned to Columbus. I’d seen the little library on our way into the street and I knew when we turned around, it wouldn’t be on my side. It’s the biggest Little Library I’ve seen.

S. Dallas Ave Thoughtful Neighbors’ Signage Warns of BIG Pothole

You can avoid it by seeing this eye catching sign. South Dallas Avenue Thoughtful Neighbors Warn of BIG Pothole. You could ruin a tire. Pittsburgh is noted for its potholes. You can’t always see them until you’re on top of one. Or your tire is dipping into it, jarring your ride, ruining your alignment!

Millvale Murals are Masterpieces

Right in Millvale PA, across the Allegheny River from Pittsburgh.

” Croatian artist Maxo Vanka painted a one-of-a-kind masterpiece on the interior walls of St. Nicholas Croatian Catholic Church in Millvale, PA. The 25 murals—created in two intense periods in 1937 and 1941—are unique, evocative and larger-than-life representations of faith and family; the immigrant experience in America; social justice and injustice and the horrors of war”        from the website   Vanka Murals 

When I parked on Grant Avenue, I noticed the banner sign on the lamppost and remembered seeing these dramatic and stunning murals at St. Nicholas Church. Information on the website link about how to get a tour and how to support the preservation of these significant and historic artworks.