Lyndonville, Vermont: Propane Tank Sculptures (Gone)Goofy dinosaurs, giant bugs, Satan, and the USS Enterprise, among many others, showed the under-appreciated range of the propane tank as art.
- On Route 5 about 1/2 mile north of I-91 exit 23. On the left in front of Bob's Welding.
- July 2016: Reported gone.
Visitor Tips and News About Propane Tank Sculptures
Sadly, the Route 5 location of Bob's Welding, and the awesome sculptures that were there, are gone. The area has been cleared, the building town down, and nothing is left. Maybe they moved? Or retired?[ChrisFromVT, 07/18/2016]
Propane Tank Art
RA has an entry for this, except that it sort of glosses over the best part of it, talking mainly about the USS Enterprise and the Galileo Shuttle. If you are not a Star Trek fan, you might just skip it. But if you knew it had all this other propane tank art, you might feel it is worth the visit! These pieces are really awesome. In this visitor's opinion, much more interesting than the Enterprise or Galileo![Lisa, 07/04/2007]
As you drive down Route 5 in Lyndonville, VT you suddenly find yourself in the Final Frontier. There, flying along above Bob's Welding is the NCC-1701 USS Enterprise. Orbiting below it it the Galileo shuttlecraft. On the ground is a menagerie of other creatures and critters.[Dan Bisbee, 04/23/2006]