The Arthur Barnwell House in its current state.
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A large crowd gathered on top of Paris Mountain as the Sun set July 4th to observe Greenville’s fireworks from the highest vantage point in town.
Located behind a iron and stone gate, nestled among the trees and situated near the foot of Sassafras mountain is the Shamrock house.
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Located along the Cherokee Foothills Scenic Hwy in Pickens county SC Pumpkintown Mountain is a popular tourist stop featuring food and antiques as well as unique architecture.
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The Peter’s creek heritage preserve in Spartanburg, SC offers miles of scenic hiking and if you ramble far enough down the trails you will be treated to a piece of forgotten history.
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Located along the Cherokee Foothills scenic Highway (SC-11) Wilcat Wayside is a popular stop for travelers heading to Lake Jocassee and the surrounding area. The location offers two beautiful waterfalls (an upper and lower fall) and a pool at the bottom that is popular with children for swimming. Tread very carefully though as there have been several serious accidents on the narrow trail to the top of the falls.
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A set of coin operated binoculars overlooks Table Rock far in the distance from the viewing platform at Caeasars Head state park.
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Asphalt gives way to a well worn dirt road into a fertile field at the foot of the Blue Ridge mountains and along the banks of the French Broad River in Brevard, NC. Captured with a pinhole camera
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This pinhole camera image shows the abandoned Carr’s Hill Church in Brevard, NC. The building sits high on a hill and is a prominent sight from Hwy 276 as you enter Brevard.
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Standing in front of the Westin Poinsett Hotel in Greenville, SC the Liberty clock marks the location of the former Liberty Life Insurance Company and the 1905 on the clock commemorates the year the company was founded. Liberty Life Insurance was very influential in the development of Greenville and the name Liberty can be found on other landmarks throughout Greenville including the prominent Liberty Bridge and Liberty Square.
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