This 70 ft long mural was the brainchild of Jay Baker, the building's owner. He put up about 1/3 of the cost, and the rest of the money came from direct public donations. On the left is portrayed the locomotive that ran to Boulder Creek in the late 19th century. The picture on the right is not a bridge; it's the arch of a lumber flume used from ca. 1875 till 1885 to float sawn lumber down the San Lorenzo River to the railhead in Felton. A second mural (third image) is being added to the right of these. It will be a depiction of Boulder Creek's train and lumber yards in the late 1800s.