This old water tower that served the mill and rail yards in past days can be seen from the new “Orange Line” extension to the Swamp Rabbit Trail that leads to Hampton Station. Today it supports some cellular antenna arrays.
Electric carts are a convenient way to get around quiet city streets.
A trainload of tanks crossing the bridge over Mayberry Street.
A new series of stations have been added to the boardwalk bridge in the Cancer Survivors Park.
Many years ago, these old bridge supports used to hold up a bridge carry trains as they headed toward downtown Greenville. This is a view of Richland Creek near Cleveland Park, next to Richland Way.
Hughes Library – the main branch of the Greenville Library system, located on Heritage Green.
South Ridge Apartments and a Bradford Pear Tree in full bloom. The Bradford Tree was once very popular but has cross-pollinated with other pear type to produce nasty thorn trees.
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In case you were wondering how to ship a locomotive over public roads: this picture shows that it can be done with two large truck transport trailers, after separating it into a top and bottom section.
The amazing roots of this American Beech will be carefully protected from construction of a new music building at the Governor’s School above it.