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The Pacolet Amphitheater, built in 1924, overlooks the Pacolet River. It features a concrete pergolas and a 2,500 seat theater. The amphitheater ceased being used in the 1960s

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It looks like a bird was trying to report their fishing activity @scdnr

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This concrete arrow is part of the Transcontinental Air Mail route markers. This marker is near Reidville, SC at the intersection of Greenpond Rd and SC-417. It was developed around 1924 and by the 1930s it was obsolete

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South Carolina involved many Revolutionary War Battles were Americans gave the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. Here are a few from L-R, Top: Buford’s Massacre, Battle of Hanging Rock. Bottom: Camden Battlefield, Ninety-Six Battlefield

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Founded in 1805, this church was reconstructed in 1866 after Union troops burned the original down

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This rustic house is located at Suber Rd and SC-284 in the Antreville area of Abbeville County. The house appears to be early 20th century and looks like it was looks as if was abandoned in the 1980s

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This Neoclassical home in Ridgeway was built around 1910 for Charles Wray, a railroad and bank executive. The home faces the railroad tracks. The entire Wray household died in a terrible train accident in 1919

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The Manetta Mill was built in 1896. The entire town of Lando was built for workers of the mill. The mill closed in 1992

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Republic Theater, also known as the Falls Theater, was built by the Republic Cotton Mills in 1922. The theater closed in 1974

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Templeton-Drake Cabin ca. 1764 #1764