Nicholson Bridge Graffiti.

Why’d You Take That Picture? Graffiti A’top The Nicholson Bridge-“Love Not War”…

Nicholson Bridge Graffiti.

Nicholson Bridge Graffiti.

Where the train tracks lie, 240 feet above the creek, are concrete walls. Here you can find graffiti left for all to ponder. Note the “Love Not War” at the bottom of this wall. Since the wall was built in 1912, I can only wonder when that particular line was painted on it. The words are timeless.

Peace.

Sorceress.

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