As promised, here are some more pictures from our adventure at Morrow's Salvage in Medford, Oregon. In my last post I shared pictures of this very interesting store that's stuffed full of unique treasures....
I'm not sure if these are actually called steering wheels, but now you know where to find one for your ship.
Love these rusty old toys, especially the trailer and the red bus.
This doll is sweet compared to some of the others.
I was so tempted to bring one of these beauties home.
I love these watch faces. I was attracted to several items that were screwed to the wall....and they weren't for sale.
No doubt about it. We all agreed that this was the creepiest display in the entire store. The doll head on "top" is a bonus creepo factor. I like the bathtub, but it sure would look better in a garden with some flowers in it.
Most of the doors, tin ceiling tiles, cabinets, corbels, and other architectural beauties were in the basement. In a junking post from last week, I shared a few of the green chippy pieces I bought; you can see them stacked against the back wall. They were salvaged from a bridge over the Smith River in Northern California.
I'll take what's behind door #55.
Why did we have the feeling we were being watched?
I'll definitely be visiting again soon.
I'm linking up part two of my salvage yard tour with:
The Coloradolady for Vintage Thingie Thursday,
Brambleberry Cottage for Time Travel Thursday,
Common Ground for Vintage Inspiration Friday