The survival of structures like this is a testament to the craftsmanship of the era.
Filed under --TURNER COUNTY GA--
Tagged as --TURNER COUNTY GA--, © Brian Brown/Vanishing Media, Endangered Places in South Georgia, South Georgia Farmhouses, South Georgia Vernacular Architecture
What’s the history on this house?? Where in Turner County is it located??
Those old pine board construction use and techniques were not for nothing. They stood the test of time and often hard livings. I love the old tongue and groove interiors not only because of their unique gracious looks but because of the craftsmanship that went into their useage.. Great photos.
I have lived in these types of homes as I grew up and they lasted longer than some of todays houses. As I look back these were the best of times.
I love the pics of the insides of all of these old buildings, they remind me strongly of visiting my grandparents down here in south Georgia as I grew up.
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