January 19, 2017

The Mullen-Trout House

On Chester Street, Front Royal, VA
No, Mullen-Trout is not a fish! It's the name of a house that belonged to people named Mullen and Trout. It's about 210 years old.

There's another sign on the house. Perhaps this was a candy store a few years back.

There are quite a few historic buildings on Chester Street so find your way there if you come to Front Royal!

The final photo is one I took across the street from the Mullen-Trout House. I actually posted a different view of this fence in May.

Linking to Signs, Signs and Good Fences


11 comments:

  1. ...the windows sure have changed over the years.

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  2. That last shot really appeals to me.

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  3. An old main street, older than any home in Iowa

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  4. I love white fences Thanks for joining , Love from Europe

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  5. love the name.. and the candy sign is my fav

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  6. Oh, I like that name!
    Also thanks for the link - I went and looked at that fence you'd photographed back in May.

    All the best Jan

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  7. Interesting house. Love the candy sign and the wave pattern of the fence.

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  8. That's an interesting bit of history that goes with that house.

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  9. What a great house! And ...I love trout! Am catching up on your blog:)

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