Thursday Doors – May 7, 2020

Thursday Doors is a weekly feature allowing door lovers to come together to admire and share their favorite door photos from around the world. Feel free to join in on the fun by creating your own Thursday Doors post each week and then sharing your link in the comments below, anytime between Thursday morning and Saturday noon (North American eastern time). 

Doors on Wheels

More recycling this week courtesy of doors I’ve found that were on wheels.

When we think of doors our first thoughts usually turn to buildings and architecture.

Often overlooked, vehicles can deliver some interesting doors as well. And sometimes I’ll admit, that it’s just an excuse to capture an interesting vehicle too 😉

Here’s a sampling of some of the ones that have sneaked their way into my doors posts over the years:

Citroen 2CV in Switzerland

Montreal police cruiser – the ugly decals were during a labour dispute between the union and the city.

Landscapers delivery truck – Florence, Italy

Montreal – Plateau Mont-Royal. I shot this one for the street art, the Smart car was a bonus.

Old Fiat used by an Italian restaurant in Atlanta for pizza delivery .

Can we all agree that this one is about the street art?

Montreal street after a winter snowstorm

What happens in Vegas….

Is it an old station wagon or an old Hearse? Ile D’Orleans – near Quebec City

Pretty sure this is a Mary Kay Cadillac – Las Vegas

The Long Island #7 line

An old Ford found on the road while touring Cape Breton island

Transportation perfected – Italian style. Found in a dealership in Rome

Transportation simplified – also Rome

Peace, love, and camping near the Amalfi coast – Italy

Pitigliano, I believe

Montreal Metro (subway) pulling out of the station.

To share your Thursday Doors post this week just paste your link in the comments section below so that others can visit and have a look at your door discoveries. Remember: you have until noon eastern North American time on Saturday to add your link.

And while you’re here please do take the time to visit some of the other Thursday Doors posts shared by our contributors. Just click on a few of the links you’ll find in the comments below.

As always, thanks for looking 🙂 

Want to join in on the fun and share your own Thursday Doors post with other door lovers? Then simply add the link to your post in the comments section below.

About Norm 2.0

World’s youngest grumpy old man & heart failure wonder boy. Interests: writing, woodworking, photography, travel, tennis, wine, and I know a bit about power tools.
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91 Responses to Thursday Doors – May 7, 2020

  1. joey says:

    Recycling is noble. That green car is fab!

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  2. Love the street art and some of the cars. Love the pink car.

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  3. Amy says:

    That’s an eclectic mix of cars! I do love both pieces of street art as well. 🙂

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  4. slfinnell says:

    And I drove by that rusty old car in the field wondering if it was door-worthy. Now I’ll know better. 😉
    my link is wordy, fair warning:

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  5. That was a cool collection of doors on wheels! I enjoyed your ,post with the comments, more light-hearted in spite of the ongoing pandemic.

    I have a few doors to share this week; here’s the link:

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  6. Excellent doors on wheels! I really enjoyed that. You certainly do have an eye, the photography is amazing. I hope you had a good week, Norm.

    Here’s another door post from Venice.

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  7. Joanne Sisco says:

    Oh my – the sculpture of the dancers!! It is a sculpture right? Not a painting? It’s stunning. It looks like it’s carved from ice!

    This post proves that like any good photographer, your camera will focus on whatever catches your eye 😀

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  8. A whole different sub-genre today! I like the Twizy

    I went back to an old walk:

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  9. lolaWi says:

    beautiful gallery of doors in wheels! great and fun post! thank you! here is my contribution:

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  10. Tech Casten says:

    Loving your doors, Norm. Especially the camper in Amalfi. Here is mine for this week

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  11. .lily says:

    Yes, a very good selection. I’ve never seen a vehicle like the one photo in Rome.

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  12. amoralegria says:

    Great collection of “doors on wheels”, Norm! Here’s my contribution this week:

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  13. JT Twissel says:

    Some great shots! I especially like the Twizy, of course. The Twissel must have a twizy!

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  14. Great post, Norm! so many creative ways to get from point a to point b. I’ll take the job delivering pizza in the fiat 😀 here’s more doors to continue this week’s journey:

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  15. This is a fun post, Norm. Cheerful, just what we need. I’m wondering though what you were doing going around Ferrari dealers in Rome…

    I’m celebrating a little anniversary today. It’s five years since I heard a certain curtain call… 😉

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  16. Prior... says:

    Norm – this post was wonderful. Fresh and variety and quite a keepsake to highlight cars and the changes – and of course the doors.
    The two little cars with the street art is my fav
    For scale – and the cars also coordinate and match the art. Felt like it was an installation including the cars.
    Lastly, you inspired me to share some photos of cars (VW hot wheels miniatures) that we took at Woodstock last year.

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  17. Ruth says:

    Pay Less Bail Bonds red wall with truck is my favourite composition! 🙂

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  18. Marla says:

    Great selection this week, Norm!
    I’m sharing a door in Maincy, France at the gorgeous Vaux-le-Vicomte estate.

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  19. Great collection Those Twizy’s are so funny to look at. Here’s mine

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    • Norm 2.0 says:

      Thanks. I had never seen a Twizy before then and I was truly captivated by it. I walked around it at least 3 or 4 times taking pictures from all angles 😀


  20. DrJunieper says:

    Many favorites here, the first one, because a ugly Duck was our fist car, which liked to stall on big intersections, love the one in the snow, and the train, because I went by train to school 5th and 6th grade.

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  21. Photographias says:

    Interesting and unexpected post. So true, I always think of architecture doors…
    Here is mine (yes,on a building!)

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  22. Love the doors in motion…….My Thursday Door:

    Inspired by a Marla on the Move posting……

    And is a follow-up to my #WednesdayWindows:

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    • Norm 2.0 says:

      Thanks. Just a heads-up to be careful next time – two links in one comment got your comment stuck t in the spam filter. I fished it out of there earlier – cheers 🙂


  23. Great post, really enjoyed all of these photos, never heard of a Twizy before

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  24. marianallen says:

    Great post! I love that bail bond truck, and that single-person car that fits into a motorcycle slot. And the Citroen … drool …. A story goes with my doors today, since it’s Story A Day May:

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  25. Almost Iowa says:

    Oh Norm, you outdid yourself on this one. One of the great joys of Europe is to watch all those funny little trucks buzz though the narrow streets. It’s like creativity on steroids.

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  26. My favourite has to be the PAYLE$$ Bail Bonds.
    I am back in the Greek Islands this week…

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  27. Here is a door that I passed on a recent local walk. It is at Concordia University in Edmonton, Alberta.

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  28. nwatkins23 says:

    Here is a link to my COVID-19 Diary post this week which is about doors:

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  29. TiongHan says:

    The Smart made me smile. I have on currently to get around town. By far the sorriest excuse of a car, but it sure is fun.

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    • Norm 2.0 says:

      Out of curiosity a sat in one at an auto show not long after they first came out. I felt like I was in a rolling aquarium 😀
      I’m sure they’re fine for city driving but I would not be comfortable doing longer distances on the highway in one.

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  30. Brilliant selection of car doors, Norm. My favourite was the 2CV, because I used to own one. We called it “Dilly Dilly” because it was Lavender Blue (ref the song). With two adults in the front (rubbing shoulders) I managed to get up to the speed limit (70mph) going downhill once. Those were the days. I am still posting photographs of Venetian doors, rather dodgy (see what I did there?) ones this week.

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    • Norm 2.0 says:

      Thanks Ian. This one belongs to my wife’s cousin. She offered to let me drive it but after sitting in it for a minute I politely declined the offer for reasons of self-preservation 😀

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  31. Sherry Felix says:

    Nice collection. I used to live in Flushing, Queens as a girl, and took the number 7 into Manhattan. I sometimes still do because the train stops at many different ethnic neighborhoods. It is fun to get off and explore and eat the food (
    My door for today:

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  32. Dan Antion says:

    I love mobile doors, Norm, particularly the commuter trains. I especially like the way you have NYC framed in between the structure of the train platform and the car.

    You have some classics and some rare ones here. It’s also good to see flower power is alive and well. Good job!

    Im revisiting a site today –

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  33. What fun, Norm, and you got some great street art as well. The little cars seem like they’d be great and they’d certainly be easy to park. But as my husband said when the girls were learning to drive and then had their own cars, we want them to have something big and strong, something that let’s them walk away if they’re in an accident. 🙂


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  34. Sheree says:

    Excellent recycling Norm

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  35. Ally Bean says:

    I like your doors this week, a fun idea. The old Ford is a beautiful color. Is that a gasoline can held within a frame on the side of it?

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    • Norm 2.0 says:

      Thanks Ally. Good eye! Yes now that I look closer, that is a gas can. I doubt it would be legal to drive around with it full, but I guess that was how they rolled back then 😉

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  36. scooj says:

    Norm, recycled or not, these car doors are wonderful, and the addition of a couple of fine bits of street art tick my boxes nicely. A great idea and nice theme. Lazy Stephen this week…

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  37. What a grand collection of doors on vehicles. The one near the Amalfi Coast made me go back a bit!! But I loved all the color, doors, features. One of your most unique posts!

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  38. What a great selection, Norm. My mother used to have a little blue fiat just like the one in your post, I think it was called a Fiat Bambino. I’m torn between the Citreon and the Motorhome/RV. Let me think ………………. Motorhome wins. Here’s my offering this week, thanks.

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  39. Timothy says:

    Mine has more sentimental value than visual value. But still worth looking at:

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  40. quiall says:

    That was great fun!

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  41. Here’s mine for this week norm – would go well with your pink Cadillac I think.

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  42. That’s a good selection there Norm

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