Scottsburg, Indiana: Purple Dragon

Sheet-metal dragon stands upright in front of the town's "historic downtown" welcome mural. The dragon was created by a local art teacher.
151 E. McClain Ave., Scottsburg, IN
Downtown, on the south side of IN-56/E. McClain Ave., just east of 1st St.
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Dragon of Historic Scottsburg.

Big Metal Dragon

A big metal dragon stands in front of a mural to the city. The dragon was left over from a local art teacher and his gallery, and given to the city.

[Stephen Francia, 10/03/2020]

One of Scottsburg's high school sports rivals are the Silver Creek Dragons, so maybe this juxtaposition is a way to psyche the competition.

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