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Monday, August 27, 2007

Cheshire Cheese Inn Sign


Here is the Inn Sign for the Cheshire Cheese.

Which one? I hear you cry - since the town has three such pubs.

Well it is the one on Market Street.

15 comments:

oldmanlincoln said...

I like the sign. It is interesting to see the cartoon-like character and the cheese together.

michelle said...

I like the angles, and the contrast between the dark bricks and sign and the bright sky.

And now I'm sort of hungry for cheese and a pint, too. Bit early for that here, but I can adjust. :)

JoAnn-NL "Through my Dutch eyes" :) said...

Hmmmmmm yummie I love cheese!
We Dutch are also called "cheeseheads" haha:)
Like the sign also,

:) JoAnn

(today a red cow)

Olivier said...

superbe enseigne ;o)). j'adore

superb sign; O)). I adore

Stuttf├│tur said...

The one with the cutest sign!!
Suddenly I have this urge for real English Cheddar cheese.. yummy.. and half a bitter to go with it! :)

Gail's Man said...

I like humorous pub signs. I was in Rye last weekend and I came across one called the Runcible Spoon!

Shorty said...

Oh yeah! Cheese! I could live off of that and Market street, we got one of those too in San Antonio.

Bergson said...

I adore this mouse I will turn over in the refrigerator to see whether
there remains to me cheese

Dick said...

I hope the mouse didn't eat it all.

Merisi said...

This pub sign reminds me of Gretel's
"Middle of Nowhere" style. Very cute and witty. ;-)

Re wheelchairs getting around in Vienna: Squares and streets in the inner city are either closed to traffic or circulation is restricted and where traffic circulates, the pedestrian walkways have flat access at streets corners. The buses and trams of the public traffic fleet are being more and more replaced with newer models that have low wheel chair accessible door openings and the conductors of older models help wheel chair drivers and people with strollers. As you may know, old and young mix very well here in Vienna. There's a general acceptance of the fact that one day we all may need a hand from younger folks to keep our independence.

Monica said...

The mouse in this sign is so cute, reminds me the character in Ratatouille!

Lavenderlady said...

Well, now that is a cute mouse!

Sunkyoung said...

That store doesn't have a rat, right?;)

Dusty Lens said...

I really like this pub sign. Three of them? A good time to spend some time in all three.

me said...

hehe I'm in this pub at the moment :-D you're right it is a cute mouse.

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