Sunday, December 2, 2007

Riverwalk Gateway [Murals XIII: The South Branch] - by Ellen Lanyon

Mural XIII - The South Branch.. 

The rejuvenation of the Chicago River may be seen along its South Branch near 18th street, where old railroad bridges and the new Chinatown contrast against the skyline of River City and Sears Tower. A wood duck commemorates the return of wildlife to the city. Postcards above illustrate four industries that make use of the waterway.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

What's the symbol on the bottom right?