Continue the Tour - More Murals - Page 2
Text and Photos by Lara Hartley
The “Silver” mural was done as part of the Desert Discovery Center After-School program.
One of the contributions by children as part of the Old Spanish Trail mural. W. Main St. between 1st and 2nd Ave, Old White and Platt Building
Route 66 Dreams/Burma Shave mural legend and Greetings. W. Main St. and 1st Ave.
The City of Barstow, 1947 by Main Street Murals. 111 E. Main St.
Rusty the Jack Rabbit in the Mojave Runners mural. 221 E. Main St., Irma's Hair and Nail.
221 E. Main St., Irma's Hair and Nail — Mojave Runners
212 W. Main St. — California Gold Rush.
Gold Rush mural legend.
Charles Fremont's portrait is one of the paintings of some of the early explorers of the Mojave Desert.
222 E. Main St., Mercado Mall.
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