Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News

Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News

PHOTO: Fading smile of Port Angeles mural

Richard Stephens of Port Angeles uses a pressure washer Tuesday to remove paint from the east side of the building occupied by Station 51 Taphouse at 125 West Front St., in downtown Port Angeles, leaving the smile of a Cheshire cat that was once part of mural advertising the building’s previous tennant, Zak’s Tavern.

The west face of the building is being prepped for a new mural.

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