Thursday, June 5, 2014

In town

Augusta County, Virginia

This group of buildings is located, not out in the country, but right along the main street of Churchville. The old buildings are a reminder of the days when small towns were not much removed from their rural surroundings. Town folk had gardens and often some livestock—chickens perhaps, or a cow for milk. A time when a barn, a smokehouse, or a chicken coop did not seem out of place in a small agricultural town.

These pictures were taken last month, right around the corner from the Family Dollar Store. 


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