The public entrance to The Canton Classic Car Museum (recommended) in Canton, Ohio.
And the very fine doorknob that grants entrance to this showcase of automotive delights.
Bonus: the museum’s mural, across the street.
I. Nestled in the hills of Pennsylvania, what do we have here?
II. The Knobsville Church of the Brethren welcomes a weary traveler. A doorknob lurks in the distance.
III. A fine high steeple, and a closer view of the doorknob.
IV. Here is our friendly church doorknob, waiting to greet visitors.
V. The church utility building has a friendly doorknob as well.
VI. A pretty view from the church.
VII. Knobsville lies mainly along a rural highway, and has one back street, seen here.
VIII. Further along the back street.
IX. A gold-colored doorknob secures a side door.
X. A rather blurry doorknob is for sale by owner.
XI. A rustic doorknob, and a request for divine blessings upon the nation.
XII. A doorknob, and a companion door handle, upon an official building. Thanks for visiting Knobsville! Come see us again!
Cincinnati-area artist Dan Biggs died yesterday. He was a very generous and supportive fan of my band back in the 90s. Here’s a post about an exhibition he did a few years ago. He’ll be missed.