Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Signs Signs - Sign Shack

Andy | Wednesday, March 30, 2011 | Best Blogger Tips

It's no Sugar Shack but it's still a gem I found in Whitevale. See more signs at Signs, Signs.

27 comments:

  1. Wow I wonder if business is still going on here. Like that sign on the right corner. Happy Wednesday!

    Signs

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    1. yes it is since 1987. Thanks.

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  2. the owner must love signs.:p
    fantastic find for Signs

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  3. It's nice to see what's inside after reading the signs outside.

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  4. The sign I like best is the old "King's Highway"!

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  5. What a shame some of them are so rusted that you can't read them anymore.

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    1. built in 1987& filled to the rafters!

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  7. There couldn't possibly be a more perfect post for the signs meme!! I love it.

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  8. Great collection of old signs. I love the one on the corner with the number 7 on it!

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    1. Thanks. If i new how I'd add apic. of myself with my Norway T shirt & my Vicking beard from Xmas. Small world! James Ingwald Williamson 49

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  9. That's a lot of signs - the shack owner must be a collector!

    Inside Cambodia

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  10. Hey, Andy! You got there before I did! :))

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  11. He must must have loved signs. =) I wonder how old is the owner of this cottage.

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  12. I particularly like the wood Whitevale Plumber sign... I've seen buildings plastered with signs like this in the US, but not Canada.

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    1. i made the Whitevale Plumbingb sign from an old door. Its amazing whate people toss out.

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  13. I love those vintage signs! Nice capture.

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  14. Andy...This really is a gem of a shack. It is festive in its own way. So many OLD sign which are beginning to sow their age with rust and weathering. Great post.

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  15. I was thinking that this would be a good place for the American Pickers to scourge through.

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  16. This is my neihbours "shack" and yes he is a collector of history and unique items.

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    1. nice shot, thanks. It makes my junk look good.

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    2. Always nice to have a local leave a comment. I sure would like to see inside the shack.

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