Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Planter's Bank

Mt. Solon, Virginia

The former Planter's Bank building dates from after the Civil War. The elements of neoclassical or Greek Revival architecture set this building apart from the style of the other buildings in town. Pictures from several years ago show the bank in a much dilapidated state, badly in need of paint and cleaning, but apparently restoration work has been underway more recently, and the exterior of the building is now in excellent condition.


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