More photos of Greenville from the past, including a treeless Main Street.
Vintage Greenville photos, shown in the eBicycle store above Halls Chophouse .
Balancing rocks seen near the Swamp Rabbit Trail 25.4 mile marker.
The previously bare sewer lines are now underground, and this section will look like a park again as the finishing touches are added.
A new photo prop is at the entrance to falls park where you can pose while hanging “off the bridge” while Liberty Bridge is closed for renovation.
Looking up at the support columns on the side of the Justice Building on South Main Street.
This mural by Brigitte Selby is on the side of the Whistle Stop at the American Cafe in Travelers Rest. When viewed from a certain angle, the chimney from the wood-fired pizza oven becomes the smokestack, and the rest of the features line up to create the train.
This space suit exhibit was part of the Greenville Textile Heritage Society Festival held at Textile Heritage Park. This was a prototype suit of the type worn by Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin for the first moon landing.
The JP Stevens / Slater Plant produced the textile material for these space suits and later shuttle components.
The Greenville Textile Heritage Society Festival event was to celebrate the start of Phase 2 building of Textile Heritage Park.
Don’t worry, your Amazon package is on the way, we only stopped here for a few minutes.
This brick image on the side of the CVS on McBee Avenue includes elements of downtown Greenville such as bridges, fitness trail and music scene.