The Nipigon Murals are located in Nipigon in Ontario’s Superior Country. Exhibited on three separate buildings murals occupy entire exterior walls depicting Nipigon rich history. All painted by the renowned artist Dan Sawatzky. One mural is of the former Nipigon CP Railway Station 1929-1982. Another can be found on Royal Canadian Legion wall that is of a log driver along the Nipigon River paying homage to the pulp and paper industry boom after WWII. The third is on the exterior wall of what is currently the Nipigon Gazette and facing the parking lot of Zechner’s Foodmarket depicting Zechner’s Clothier and Mr. Zechner returning with a full truck from the blueberry patches in 1937.