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Salisbury, North Carolina








Salisbury Station
215 Depot St, Salisbury, NC

The parents & I ran down to Salisbury, North Carolina for a family wedding in Sept 2019. My hubby was picking up a boat in New York that weekend, so we had fun in separate states!! If you wanna check out the blog that I am writing with my hubby, sharing the building process of this boat, please see here "Mr. E"

I had noticed a picture of a train station right off our elevator in the hotel we were staying in ...and wondered where it was located? ...not to far away, so said the hotel clerk, we got a map and figured out the plan ...My Mom & I drove down to check it out. Enjoy these views. It was different, I guess they used some amazing lighting or something, 'cause my view was a bit different??! Are you a train person? I wish I could have shown to you the amazing flooring in the waiting room, what I assume would have been from the olden days, it was so awesome. But the glare through the window was just nuts, no luck. Fun to see though. Thanks, for stopping by. Hope you are well. Take Care. Be Well & Be Blessed!! Beth ( ; 

Comments

Jenn Jilks said…
I like visiting your blog, as I have to look these places up. My US geography is pretty lame.
This N That said…
I love trains and especially the old ones and old stations that have been repurposed..Thanks for sharing..
William Kendall said…
I like the architecture.
Ruth Hiebert said…
I do find trains fascinating, but mostly because my Hubby loved them.
Linda said…
I like trains! Love the old sign painted on the building too.

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