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Built from discarded tires and windows, various ayto parts, adobe clay mixed with straw, and thousands of gallons of donated paint, Salvation Mountain is a visionary work of folk art in the California desert.
Actually just a phone booth, installed in 1963 to replace a phone mounted on the side of a building that offered no protection from the weather.
Church Creek, Maryland
The byway runs 125 miles through Maryland's Eastern Shore , into Delaware, and ending in Philadelphia. The Visitor Center and sign is located at 4068 Golden Hill Road.
The American Flag and Bald Eagle decorate a 600-foot tall, 130-year old grain silo. Painted in 2020 by Raine Clotfelter.
The statue celebrates when Elvis returned home to perform at the Mississippi-Alabama Fair and Dairy show.
This monument is comprides of 39 American-made automobiles, all painted gray, and mimics the physical size and placement of the monoliths of Stonehenge.
The building is actually an art installation. Built in 2005 with full support of Praada Group, Italy which allowed the use of its name and a selection of goods from its 2005 collection.
Two working steam locomotives sit on a half mile stretch of track that celebrates the final section of track which completed the nation's first transcontinental railroad.
This former gas station was constructed in 1922 to resemble a giant teapot. It was moved one mile from its original location to the present site 1978.
The arrangement of the intersecting county routes just happen to spell out the name of your favorite riding club.