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Spokane, Washington: Steel Yard Art

Yard of home-made art fashioned from scrap steel, truck brake drums, and other industrial parts.

2703 W. College Ave., Spokane, WA
I-90 exit 280 or 280B (Maple/Walnut St). Drive north on Walnut/Maple for one mile, to Boone. Turn left onto Boone and drive one mile to Summit. There will be a Dead End sign for Boone, which goes to the right. Turn left onto Summit and drive a half-mile to College. Turn left onto College and drive to the other end of the block. Private property; visible from the street.
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Steel yard art.

Steel Yard Art

Home-made steel yard art. Cone and Balls obelisk in the front yard, pieced-together gate on the side yard, plus planters made from truck brake drums and some other parts.

[Spokane Tom, 04/05/2021]

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