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This is another of those “why I have I waited so long to post about this one” posts. Certainly, anyone in the habit of driving north on Gallatin in East Nashville is familiar with the train on the side of Inglewood Hardware, more properly known as Inglewood True Value. (The first link is to local store’s Yelp page, the second to corporate.) This is obviously an Eastside Murals piece, professional home of Ian Lawrence and Sterling Goller-Brown. The mural went in last year. Why a train? Perhaps because of the train tracks that run back behind the store. It does provide good color on a very busy road, and makes the store hard to miss.

Located at 3214 Gallatin Pike. The mural is on the south side of the building. There is parking in front and on the mural side of the building. If you park in front, you’ll be backing up onto Gallatin when you leave. Load up on home improvement gear and enjoy the art!


Down by the river

Neighborhood mural street art Nashville
“Riverside Village Mural” by Andee Rudloff is a familiar sight to anyone who spends time in the Inglewood area of East Nashville, as it has graced the busy street corner of McGavock and Riverside since 2011. And of course, there’s a video!

Located on the northish wall of the used furniture store at 1312 McGavock Pike, at the corner of Riverside Drive. Parking can be a bit complicated, as this is a commercial district on the rise.

QR street art Nashville mural

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