Several businesses located in the heart of dowtown Ticlaw
About this creation
If you are in need of some new reading material, or the latest periodical, stop at Books N More, located in the Campbell Building (1886)
The Nulton Brothers never dreamed that after 135 years, their first store will still be in operation. Nultons Inc. operated 113 department stores nationwide. The Ticlaw store is the last downtown department store still in operation. Located in their 1891 three story facility, the company has no plans to move anytime soon.
Ticlaw boasted several fine floral shops. The Painted Daisy is located in the Carter building.
The family name of Grantz is nearly as old as Ticlaw itself. Hans William Grantz settled in Ticlaw in 1832 and opened his furnture establishment. He also became the town first undertaker. His son William took over the furniture business and later opened the Grantz Hotel. The hotel closed in 1969, but the furniture has remained open in it same location since 1858 and is operated by the 5th generation of Grantz.
The National Bank of the Commonwealth is located in the 1881 G. A. R. building.
Need a new family pet? Petzz Plus is the place to go! Located in the 1907 Hackenbush Building.
Richardson's Hardware has been serving the minifigs of Ticlaw since 1954 from its home in the Blair Building(1889), formerly Crowley's 5 & 10.
Located in the heart of downtown Ticlaw, Tolstoy's Department Store. Shop for clothes, electronics, toys, and more. Carter Building (1883)
One of the last 'mom and pop' grocery stores, Streamline Groceries.
Grab a fresh loaf of bread on your way home for dinner, or pick up a dozen doughnuts at the What Not Shop.
MADD Hatter Millinery and Blue Ribbon Art Gallery in the beautiful Colwell Building (1892)
ATV's R US
Shell Mini Mart
Hotel Barber located in the historic Hotel Ticlaw.
Historic Grantz Building. This 5 story building (1858) once was the Grantz Hotel. Grantz Furniture is now under the 5th generation of the Grantz Family.
The City of Ticlaw boasts a wonderful business district with an assortment of novelty shops, department stores, clothing boutiques, hardware and automotive businesses, restaurants and bakeries, furniture stores, florists, banks, and a host of non commerical establishments located in a wonderful historical district.
Well.....I would not say retirement. Ticlaw has never left. Just some personal setbacks that created some changes in life and I just wasn't doing a lot. BUT....I am here and slowly working on things again. The Friendship Hook and Ladder Company building is nearly 75% complete. That leaves 5 stations to go, then back to work on the business district that has been neglected. GLAD you remember!!!
Quoting Mike "Enforcer"
Ticlaw? That is a name I have not read about since the MAALFD way back when. Are you back and out of retirement?
Amazing, simply amazing. Everything is so detailed, it could be real. All the little details can be found on real buildings, which is great. I loved reading the histories of each of the buildings and businesses, it was my favorite part. Keep up the great work, it would be a shame to lose your skill and talent.