And one from Italy, in the town of Menaggio on Lake Como. It's been painted over now that a supermarket has taken over the old train station (thanks Rocco):
Fernando has sent sent through some beauties too.
First of Fernando's is another typically grand Indian Root Pills sign (see this post for some context), on what looks like a chicory kiln in Bacchus March in the Victorian country:
A brilliant sign from the regional centre of Bendigo, where I've been meaning to go myself for a sign hunt:
And lastly, Fernando's Albert Park discovery:
Here's one Geoff shared with me, taken by Pete Garfield in Echuca on the Murray River:
And other shared (with info below) by Geoff via Darren. This one's also from Bendigo:
Old Cohn Bros. painted sign on the side of 69 Bridge Street, Bendigo as painted by Fank Barr back in the 1950's. One of the last two 19th century shop buildings left in Bridge Street, Bendigo which was once the main street of town. All the others have been pulled down and replaced with more modern shops or houses. 67-69 Bridge Street, Bendigo.