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Tractor Salvage Yard, Pavo

Pavo GA Tractor Salvage McCormick Deering Vintage Tractors Harvesters Parts Service Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia USA 2015

Turn off Highway 122 onto John Deere Street in Pavo and you’ll see an amazing tractor salvage yard (featuring numerous brands).

T&H Tractor Sales Salvage Pavo GA Antique Tractors Johne Deere Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia USA 2015

There are antique and vintage tractors and parts as far as the eye can see, all nicely lined up in rows.

Pavo GA Brooks County Tractor Salvage T&H Old Tractors Parts Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia USA 2015

This is the home of T & H Sales & Salvage and if you like tractors you’ll be amazed. Just enjoy them from the road; no trespassing is permitted.

Antique Tractors Parts Salvage Pavo GA Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia USA 2015

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Main Street, Pavo

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Miller Brothers Grocery, Pavo

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Rocky Mt. Zion A. M. E. Church, Pavo

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Gable Front House, Pavo

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Hobbs’ Drapery & Furniture Store, Pavo

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Pavo United Methodist Church, 1902

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Organized as Lebanon in 1869 by Reverend Nicholas Moses Reddick, this congregation built their first church in 1871. When the town changed its name to Pavo, the church name was changed. The present building was erected in 1902 on land given by Dr. J. Frank Harris.

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