Saturday, August 19, 2017

Thursday, August 17, 2017

Old Shed or Feed Supply Store

 Off the beaten path in Hart County.
Andy Sarge

US Geodetic Survey Marker

Placed on the eastern abutment of the Tallulah Falls Railway trestle over Tallulah Lake in 1932. Now located inside Tallulah Gorge State Park, on land owned by Georgia Power in Rabun County.
Tallulah Falls Railway operated between 1871 and 1955. The line was troubled most of its existence, with two well-publicized trestle collapses. The first at Panther Creek in 1898, and the other at Hazel Creek in 1927. These incidents, plus financial instability, earned the line the nickname "Total Failure".
Brian Harlan

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Old House in Carroll County

If I was a millionaire I would restore this old farmhouse  and live in it myself. The roof is caving in on both sides, but she was a beauty at one time!
Beth MacHarg Brown

Rosie the Riveter Coverall Uniform


One of 3 known WWII Bell Bomber Plant coverall uniforms is located in Marietta (Cobb County). These coveralls are from a "Rosie the Riveter". They built 662 B-29 Bombers between late 1943 - Sept 1945 at the Bell Aircraft Corporation in Marietta.
Randy Huber

During World War II (1941-45) the Bell Aircraft Corporation (known as Bell Bomber) transformed Marietta from the small seat of rural Cobb... County to one of the main industrial centers of the Sunbelt. After assembly lines began functioning in the spring of 1943, Bell employees supplied the U.S. Army Air Forces with 663 Boeing-designed B-29s, the first of which were delivered before the end of the year. The government-owned plant closed immediately after the end of World War II and sat idle until 1951, when it became home to Lockheed-Georgia (later Lockheed Martin). http://www.georgiaencyclopedia.org/articles/government-politics/bell-bomber

Old Store in Tennille

Constructed in the early 1910's.
Andy Sarge

Old Repair Store for TV's and Radio's in Pineora

Very few shops like this left.
Andy Sarge

Sunday, August 13, 2017

Old House in Union County

Circa 1848
William Thomas Dailey

The Parker-Landrum House in Millen

Built by John Miles Edenfield for Hardy Ward Parker in 1894. He built the house so his oldest daughter would not have a long ride to school as the family land was farther out. It is still in the same family.
Andy Sarge

Parker's Gas Station Corporation

 Located in downtown Savannah
This old building has been many things . Before Parker's bought it, it was used as a lawyer's office.
Brandi Henry

The Remains of an Old Stable and Silo in Wilkes County


Andy Sarge

Peach County

I took this picture in Peach County. Some of my family lives in Alabama and I pass this along hwy 96 every trip. Every year she gets more and more beautiful .
Brandi Henry

Old Ration Book

A 1942 World War 2 ration book that belonged to my grandfather.
Keith Reece

Saturday, August 12, 2017

East Berrien County

Two rockers still on front porch.
Clinton M Bailey

East Berrien County

Made with logs. Being taken over by Nature.
Clinton M Bailey

East Berrien County

Looks like it's going to be a tough sell.
Clinton M Bailey

Restored Farmall Tractor in Millwood

Don't see many of these anymore. Belongs to a friend.
Amanda Gaskins

Sardis Baptist Church near Hartwell

The church was founded in 1811 and this building was constructed in 1923. I don't know if it is still being used for services as a newer building is out of the picture on the left.
Andy Sarge

Old Funeral Home

Old funeral home in my hometown of Moultrie in Colquitt County Don't know really anything much about it. Had family members had their funeral services there and it's been there since I was a little girl and probably even longer.
Nora Cooley

Harmony Primitive Baptist Church in Brooks County


Hugh Strickland

Upper Lotts Creek Primitive Baptist Church in Bulloch County

Established in 1831. Current Building constructed in 1881.
Lisa Johnson Glisson

Rural Bulloch County


Lisa Johnson Glisson

Old Store Fronts in Penfield


Pete Stephens

Brooks County Courthouse at Quitman

Brooks County Courthouse at Quitman
John F. Garrett

The Brooks County Courthouse was built from 1859–64; Because of shortages of material and labor, the courthouse was one of only two courthouses in Georgia built during the Civil War; the other is the Banks County Courthouse in Homer. The county paid for the building with $14,985 in Confederate money, which soon became worthless.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brooks_County_Courthouse_(Quitman,_Georgia) 

Old Fire truck at Morven


John F. Garrett

Old sStore/Gas Station in Penfield


Andy Sarge

Old Chicken House in Carroll County

Looks like they covered up the upper half and used it as storage later.
Beth MacHarg Brown

Friday, August 11, 2017

On the Edge of an Industral Park in Lawrenceville


Christina Bishop

Old Barn

Well off the beaten path in Elbert County.
Andy Sarge

Abandoned Train and Track in Bishop


Christina Bishop

Old Structure in Dacula


Christina Bishop

Old Store in Braselton


Christina Bishop

Old Farmhouse in Bowman


Andy Sarge

Nice Victorian in Savannah

Circa 1900. Have not found any history.
Andy Sarge

One Man Jail Cell in Fulton County

It's at Inman Park. Not real sure of the exact history but was told that in the 1900s if a policeman need to lock up a prisoner they would put them here until someone came by with a wagon to take them to the jail.
Scott Jenkins

Thursday, August 10, 2017