Dawson, PA post office:
Vanderbilt, PA post office:
Common mid-late-20th-century architecture; nothing too exciting. But what I saw at Dickerson Run stopped me in my tracks; not [just] because of what the building looked like on the outside, but what I saw on the inside: mannequins modelling postal products. It is something I have never, ever seen before, and something I wish I'd have been there on a weekday to ask the Postmaster about. It's both completely absurd and brilliant at the same time. And fantastic, regardless.
Dickerson Run, PA post office:
The Jolly Green Giant(!?!?), and a mannequin showing off a mid-sized Flat-Rate Priority Mail box:
A service member receiving a small Flat-Rate box [care package?]:
It looks like the pilot's got something that needs to go out, Express Mail, ASAP!
Yeah. That definitely deserves an entry.
Since the lobby was closed after-hours, the photos were taken through the front window. The Dickerson Run post office is likely to be closed as part of USPS's
For the record, there were a couple of very interesting and photogenic buildings in Dawson; unfortunately that's the subject for a different blog!