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What can I say...Murals Rock! Murals are so much part of the mystic of our Americana society. They are just beautiful pieces of just a climpse of our history. Barstow stepped up to the plate by being part of this wonderful part of California history and enhancing the charm of their wonderful Main Street. They all are located in the wonderful historic downtown area on Barstow's Main Street. Printer yourself a map from the site below.

Mural #1
The first mural painted (1998) "The Old National Trails Highway and it’s transition into Route 66, the Mother Road”.

Mural #2
The second (2000) “General Beale uses camels”

Mural #3
The third (2003) ”Three Million Dollar Harvey House”

Mural #4
The fourth (2004) “Waterman Junction becomes Barstow”

Mural #5
The fifth (2005) “The Mormon Trail”.

Mural #6
The sixth (2005) of 6 individual portraits of “The Early Explorers”

Mural #7
The seventh (2006) “The Californian Gold Rush”

Mural #8
(2007) "The Old Spanish Trail of 1829 – 1848."

Address: Main Street, Barstow, Ca
Directions: On interstate I-15, exit onto Main Street and head west.
Phone: 760-257-1052
Website: http://www.mainstreetmurals.com/

Review Helpfulness: 4.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Nov 14, 2007
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