About an hours drive from my house is what appears on the surface to be an old western town. But in reality it is a recreated set of buildings designed to be used as movie sets in in the late '40s. Roy Rogers, Gene Autry and a cast of others used this location for a myriad of movies and TV shows. Named after the musical group, "Sons of the Pioneers", Pioneer Town even has it's own zip code and post office. There's a bowling alley, several saloons, a church and assorted other stores and private residences. I spotted this old rusted printing press and loved the combination of all the colors of rust and the geometrical shapes.
"Cogs 'n Wheels" © Kathy Dunham 2008