November 25, 2019

Murals at the Main Street Mill


This restaurant in Front Royal was once a feed mill. The dining rooms are decorated with long murals painted by Patricia Windrow. 


Sharing with Monday Murals and Mosaic Monday.
Allow me to show another collage, this one of skies seen in Front Royal. You can get a wide view of the sky from the bridges at the Riverton end of town.
 

More murals by the late Patricia Windrow:
The Not So National Zoo
and a Valley Scene

14 comments:

  1. Interesting and fun solution! A nice place to spend time. I like when old buildings are renovated and they have a second life.

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  2. Hello, pretty murals and I love the Front Royal sky images. Happy Thanksgiving! Enjoy your day, wishing you a good week ahead!

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  3. ...that sign is a fun find!

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  4. I love old buildings and always feel good when I see they are still used and appreciated. Enjoy your week! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  5. Very nice murals Linda. Thanks for participating

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  6. Linda - I think it's cool that they turned the feed mill into a restaurant! Happy Thanksgiving, and thanks for linking to Mosaic Monday!

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  7. I love the murals.
    Dawn aka Spatulas On Parade

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  8. I look forward to seeing this place next time we are in Front Royal. Enjoyed your collages.

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  9. It's good to see the old mill has been put to good use as a restaurant. I like the sign on the wall, the porch and beautiful murals. It would be a pleasure to enjoy a meal there, I think. Wishing you a blessed Thanksgiving.

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  10. Her murals are beautiful. Her skies match the ones outside. :-)

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  11. I realize I’m late visiting, but due to the loss of my power supply on my computer, I have been offline. The murals featured predominantly horses, which made me think I was looking at a farm scene. Beautiful murals, but a bit unique since this used to be a mill.

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