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Saw this today on a quiet country road on the outskirts of Edinburgh. Had to stop as I thought I was halucinating...
27th Nov 2006, 18:07  

FakeID says:

WOW.
Where is this?
:)

27th Nov 2006, 18:08

paintist says:

this is the best one I have seen....I really hope it's not an art installation....I would love it to be 'real'....

27th Nov 2006, 18:10

headless says:

On the "Lang Wang" (A70) between Balerno and Carnwath. I am pretty sure it is "real".

27th Nov 2006, 18:13

paintist says:

the only thing that makes me think it's art is that a lot of the shoes look too good to throw away.....

27th Nov 2006, 18:19

headless says:

If it is ART it is unsigned and without context or credit...

27th Nov 2006, 18:21

paintist says:

ha! I had to google it and find out....it appears to be a 'rea'l one a mystery I am glad :-)

27th Nov 2006, 18:29

Gael says:

that's fabulous. Makes me think of Calvino...

27th Nov 2006, 19:46

Gael says:

PS my daughter informs me that a Shoe tree in America was mentioned on CBBC...

27th Nov 2006, 19:47

Viv says:

amazing!

essential blogging

27th Nov 2006, 21:10

nige says:

super, super cool :D

27th Nov 2006, 21:45

Dhamaka says:

great catch - thanks for sharing!

27th Nov 2006, 22:26

this is just ................. fantastic love it

27th Nov 2006, 22:57

mouse says:

I think I see my shoes - bugger, I hate seeing my shoes elsewhere!

27th Nov 2006, 23:26

Andy says:

tree is defo real, i live along the road from it...

19th Mar 2007, 14:40

dfh says:

its real i saw it on a show sum kid threw his old sneakers up as a joke an it kinda caught on it it america an some how became a land mark

7th Oct 2007, 19:43

anonymous says:

were is it?

30th Apr 2008, 17:41

Jess says:

We have a shoe tree in Newcastle, it's for students that have finished their course and putting shoes on the tree is a sort of symbol that you've walked that part of the path in Newcastle. I like it anyway!

4th May 2008, 10:41

Anonymous says:

i have seen one in person in amboy, ca. its pretty cool

24th Oct 2012, 22:55

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