What a fantastic picture. I have lived the past 10 years in South Carolina & have never visited this town. I have driven past it on my way to Florida many times, but have never taken the time to stop & visit. Very beautiful courthouse, for sure!
I was hoping you could add this photo to the courthouse group. It's a fantastic picture & would go a long way in getting us to our goal of having every U.S. County Courthouse represented in our group.
A great picture of a grand ole building! As your name implies, you sure do have SW Alabama covered!
When you get a chance, we'd love to have this courthouse, as well as your pictures of the Washington County Courthouse (http://www.panoramio.com/photo/56045565) & Perry County Courthouse (http://www.panoramio.com/photo/46111564) included in our group. While the Washington County Courthouse is not as architecturally striking as this one, we would still love to see it included in the group!
Thanks for all your wonderful photographic contributions to the group!
Just wanted to let you know that this is actually the Monroe County Courthouse.
Also wanted to invite you to join our "Courthouse" Group. I'll be sending the invitation in a little bit.
Fascinating tunnel as it's a tunnel for the CSX line to go under Norfolk Southern's lines. It also goes under an old Krispy Kream & the Church Street Bridge that goes over the Norfolk Southern lines. Before I knew the tunnel was there, I would be sitting in traffic on the bridge, hear a train & train whistle, look down on the Norfolk Southern tracks & not see a train. I couldn't figure out where the train was, until I found out about this tunnel.
Excellent. Thank you.
Most definitely NOT Chief Logan State Park. This is one of West Virginia's most recognizable scenes at Babcock State Park 80+ miles away.
This is the reverse side of the Fair Forest Plantation Historical Marker
This is the reverse side of the Elmslie Nicholson House Historical Marker
Very nice photo. LIKE.
Greetings from Poland.
Agreed! This is the Montgomery County Courthouse in Rockville.
Welcome to the Courthouse group!