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Old Tailor Shop – Allendale, South Carolina

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This handsome brick building, located in the town of Allendale, was originally a tailor’s shop but has been closed for quite some time. This picture, taken by Lamar Nix of Seabrook, won SCIWAY’s Allendale County Photo Contest in May of 2010.

Lamar Nix of Seabrook © Do Not Use Without Written Consent

Lamar describes the scene for us, “Driving through Allendale, one cannot help noticing the grand old buildings along the main streets. The one pictured here has loads of character and has long been a favorite of mine. Fortunately the architectural treasures in this part of town are rapidly finding new life as chic boutique shops.”

Old Tailor Shop Info

Address: Burton's Ferry Highway, Allendale, SC 29810
GPS Coordinates: 33.008064,-81.308797

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One Comment about Old Tailor Shop

Zachary MeyerNo Gravatar says:
February 13th, 2012 at 11:35 am

Is it up for sale, with all of its things inside? It’d be cool to own a classical tailor shop and continue old works. I’m sure in a place like that, they’d appreciate it.

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