Friday, July 31, 2009

Roadside America Shartlesville, Pennsylvania

Roadside America is one child's fascination taken to an extreme.
The airplane hangar-size building is filled with numerous trains, buildings, houses and miniature villages. Most of these piece have been hand carved from wood.
Walking inside Roadside America is quite astonishing: there's not really words to describe the feeling you get upon entering. It leaves you speechless.
The place definitely has a homey feeling and makes you feel like you're in the simpler times of Ozzie and Harriet.
For more information and more quirky "outta the way" places, be sure to check out the Outta the Way zine! (Vol. 4 is available today! Contact us to reserve a copy.)

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