Brunswick history mural restoration project complete

Brunswick history mural restoration project complete

In 1998 the Brunswick History Mural was painted on a brick building in downtown Brunswick. It was a project supported by city residents and the Frederick Arts Council. In October, the mural artist Philip Aldinger, of Randallstown, returned to renew the paint and brighten this landmark artwork. The mural is a collage of images that symbolize Brunswick history, including trains and depots, the roundhouse, canal, hills, churches, schools and baseball. The 16x40-foot mural faces Square Corner Park at the junction of Maple Avenue and Potomac Street in the heart of downtown Brunswick. The mural repainting is a joint project of Brunswick Main Street and the City of Brunswick.The aim of the project is to improve the park experience for residents and visitors and to encourage people to explore Brunswick’s downtown.

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