Railroad Bridge South Side

Painted by Lewis and Clark High School Students

Columbia Street, Railroad Overpass

Several years ago, a community project was undertaken by the students at Lewis and Clark High School to place a mural on the rail bridge over Columbia Street next to the Quay. The objective was to discourage the “taggers” and create some public art, and the effort was very successful.

The mural has been in place for over fifteen years and was in need of refurbishing. We are pleased that Girl Scout Troop 45765, in collaboration with Vancouver Sign Company and the Clark County Mural Society, took on the project. The theme is “Celebrating Vancouver” and included the replacement of twenty eight 4’x8′ panels on the south side of the bridge.

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