Quickly, before the leaves grow back and obscure the mural!

The Garrison Creek mural is on King St. West at Sudbury Ave.,
close to the railway overpass. 

A mural is painted on a retaining wall at the bottom of a small hill that separates some row houses and the street.  Many small trees are in front of the mural but it is winter time so there are no leaves on the trees.  The mural is a stylized creek that flows through hills with some animals standing beside it - fox, frog, turtle and beaver.

On the north side of King St. West

 

Part of a mural showing a fox standing beside a creek.  A bare tree is in front of the mural

Part of a mural showing a large green turtle swimming in a creek.  A tree with no leaves is in front of the mural

Part of a mural showing a large green frog sitting beside a creek.  A tree with no leaves is in front of the mural

signature, or label, on the garrison creek mural

Cecil Harbourfront Community Centre, 
a Graffiti Transformation Project,
painted in 2004

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