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Snowdrift mural - Andalusia, AL
Snowdrift mural - Andalusia, AL
  • Author: SeeMidTN.com (aka Brent) Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-09-20 13:17:57
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°18'28"N - 86°28'53"W
  • Snowdrift Shortening - sold only in this can. There are many murals around downtown Andalusia, AL. This one reproduces a vintage advertisement for Snowdrift.
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L&N Baggage Car + Caboose
L&N Baggage Car + Caboose
  • Author: SeeMidTN.com (aka Brent) Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-09-20 13:45:56
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°18'21"N - 86°28'54"W
  • Here is a Louisville & Nashville Rea Express Baggage Car #1456 plus Burlington Northern caboose #10583. I found these rolling stock in the middle of an empty field in Andalusia, AL. They also had a steam train, but it was tougher to see. It was next to a vacant train station on Cotton St. A block away on Tisdale St. is another old train station on Tisdale St. which today is the Three Notch Museum. I asked the lady there about these mystery trains. All she could say is they were privately owned and nobody really knows what the plans are. Based on other pictures I've found, they've been there at least 15 years, but at least the overgrowth has been recently removed.
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Wedding of Hank and Audrey Williams Mural - Andalusia, AL
Wedding of Hank and Audrey Williams Mural - Andalusia, AL
  • Author: SeeMidTN.com (aka Brent) Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-09-20 13:22:04
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°18'28"N - 86°28'51"W
  • Hank Williams was 19 years old in 1943 when he began dating Audrey Sheppard who played stand-up bass in his band. They were in Andalusia on Dec. 15, 1944 when Hank was having car trouble. They stopped at an auto garage owned by John G. Wright, Sr. one block east of the town square (E. 3 Notch St. @ Central St.). In the auto garage, they were married by Justice of the Peace M.A. Boyett that day. Many decades later, artist Wes Hardin painted this mural to commemorate the event on the side of the same building which used to be Wright's Auto Service.
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Jefferson Island Salt faded ad - Andalusia, AL
Jefferson Island Salt faded ad - Andalusia, AL
  • Author: SeeMidTN.com (aka Brent) Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-09-20 13:48:50
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°18'19"N - 86°28'56"W
  • This vintage faded ad is on the side of the abandoned Andalusia Grocery Co. building at Cotton St. next to the train tracks. You can see it's location here: www.google.com/maps/@31.30549,-86.4820276,3a,30y,207.72h,... Jefferson Island Salt was in business from 1949-56, making this painted ad over 60 years old. They had an extensive series of wall ads and occasionally barns (flic.kr/p/2NMV43). Typically their ads had white letters of Jefferson Island on a red background over a series of waves and the word SALT on a dark blue background. This specific ad appears to have been painted twice. I suppose the original had Island and SALT shifted to the left with a bag of salt on the right. The second painting was without the bag of salt and all words centered. Their salt came from Jefferson Island in Lake Peigneur near New Iberia, Louisiana. Based on the Landscape, much salt is carried into this lake, where the water evaporates, leaving a domes of salt forming islands. Even though Jefferson Island Salt went out of business in 1956, salt was still mined at Jefferson Island for several decades. It was the site of an unusual accident in 1980. An oil rig was drilling for oil over the lake when the drill actually hit the salt mine shaft. A sinkhole was formed and much of the lake water then flowed into the salt mine and forever changed the landscape. There's an interesting documentary here: youtu.be/5Bh7DJKAC1A
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L&N 16266 - "Miss Andalusia"
L&N 16266 -
  • Author: SeeMidTN.com (aka Brent) Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-09-20 13:31:59
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°18'25"N - 86°28'51"W
  • L&N Caboose 16266, nicknamed "Miss Andalusia" is located at the Three Notch Museum in Andalusia, AL. The museum is housed in a former Central of Georgia train station
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Home of the World Championship Domino Tournament
Home of the World Championship Domino Tournament
  • Author: SeeMidTN.com (aka Brent) Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-09-20 13:02:30
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°18'29"N - 86°28'59"W
  • This mural by Wes Hardin is one of a series in downtown Andalusia, AL. Here is the text of the accompanying sign: This tournament began in 1976 as a bi-centennial project of the Andalusia Rotary Club and has been copyrighted as the official World Championship Domino Tournament. It is held annually at the Kiwanis Building the second week in July and has attracted players from all over the United States and some foreign countries. Since it began, more than $893,000 in money and prizes have been awarded from the proceeds of the tournament. Prizes are awarded to winners in the single and double competitions in three age divisions: adult, children and teenagers. In addition donations haven been made to Troy University and Lurleen B. Wallace Community College, Camp ASCA for disabled children and adults, City and County School Systems, Babe Ruth World Series, and numerous other local organizations. Three of the many celebrities who have visited or participated in the tournament in the past are depicted in the mural. They are Coach Bear Bryant from the University of Alabama, Coach Doug Barfield from Auburn University and the comedian Jerry Clower. Overlooking the three is Dr. Charles Tomberlin, the Rotarian who had the original idea for the tournament.
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Covington County Courthouse - Andalusia, AL
Covington County Courthouse - Andalusia, AL
  • Author: SeeMidTN.com (aka Brent) Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-09-20 13:14:19
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°18'30"N - 86°28'56"W
  • en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Covington_County_Courthouse_and_Jail The Covington County Courthouse and Jail is a historic courthouse in Andalusia, the seat of Covington County, Alabama. It was built from 1914–1916 along with a jail. Together, the buildings were listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1989. The 1916 courthouse is the fifth to serve Covington County. The fourth courthouse was built of brick in 1896 in the center of Courthouse Square (which sits in front of the current courthouse). When the Central of Georgia Railway reached Andalusia in 1899, followed shortly by the Alabama and Florida Railroad, the town saw massive growth; population rose from 270 at the 1890 census to 2,480 by 1910. Having outgrown the prior courthouse, construction on a new courthouse began in 1914 and was completed in 1916. A jail was built behind the courthouse. The courthouse is designed in a Beaux-Arts style, common among public buildings in the early 20th century. The original portion of the building is rectangular and built of combed granite. Two wings were built onto the rear of the building, which were later enclosed in the middle. At the center of the façade is a hexastyle portico with Corinthian columns supporting a denticulated triangular pediment. A medallion with a clock adorns the pediment. Three entry doors, since replaced with modern medal-frame doors, are separated by Corinthian pilasters and topped with a simple lintel. The doors are flanked by semi-domed niches. On the second floor, three sets of three stacked windows sit above the entry. Windows on the front of the building outside the portico are sets of three one-over-one double-hung windows on each floor. The second floor windows each have decorative sills, and relief panels sit below. Windows on the east and west sides of the building, including the wing additions, have only two windows per set. Entries are finished similarly to the front, Corinthian pilasters supporting a bracketed cornice. The interior is centered on an octagonal atrium, with floors of white marble and walls of grey marble with gold leaf accents. A Y-shaped staircase at the rear of the atrium leads to a second floor gallery and offices.
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Covington County Courthouse - Andalusia, AL
Covington County Courthouse - Andalusia, AL
  • Author: SeeMidTN.com (aka Brent) Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-09-20 13:11:31
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°18'30"N - 86°28'58"W
  • en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Covington_County_Courthouse_and_Jail The Covington County Courthouse and Jail is a historic courthouse in Andalusia, the seat of Covington County, Alabama. It was built from 1914–1916 along with a jail. Together, the buildings were listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1989. The 1916 courthouse is the fifth to serve Covington County. The fourth courthouse was built of brick in 1896 in the center of Courthouse Square (which sits in front of the current courthouse). When the Central of Georgia Railway reached Andalusia in 1899, followed shortly by the Alabama and Florida Railroad, the town saw massive growth; population rose from 270 at the 1890 census to 2,480 by 1910. Having outgrown the prior courthouse, construction on a new courthouse began in 1914 and was completed in 1916. A jail was built behind the courthouse. The courthouse is designed in a Beaux-Arts style, common among public buildings in the early 20th century. The original portion of the building is rectangular and built of combed granite. Two wings were built onto the rear of the building, which were later enclosed in the middle. At the center of the façade is a hexastyle portico with Corinthian columns supporting a denticulated triangular pediment. A medallion with a clock adorns the pediment. Three entry doors, since replaced with modern medal-frame doors, are separated by Corinthian pilasters and topped with a simple lintel. The doors are flanked by semi-domed niches. On the second floor, three sets of three stacked windows sit above the entry. Windows on the front of the building outside the portico are sets of three one-over-one double-hung windows on each floor. The second floor windows each have decorative sills, and relief panels sit below. Windows on the east and west sides of the building, including the wing additions, have only two windows per set. Entries are finished similarly to the front, Corinthian pilasters supporting a bracketed cornice. The interior is centered on an octagonal atrium, with floors of white marble and walls of grey marble with gold leaf accents. A Y-shaped staircase at the rear of the atrium leads to a second floor gallery and offices.
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Old Covington County Courthouse Bell - Andalusia, AL
Old Covington County Courthouse Bell - Andalusia, AL
  • Author: SeeMidTN.com (aka Brent) Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-09-20 13:12:22
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°18'30"N - 86°28'56"W
  • The old courthouse clock bell from 1897 to 1917 has been donated to Covington County this bicentennial year 1976 by H. Speller Moates and family. Dedicated to the Early Settlers of Covington County. Erected in the honor of the Bicentennial of the United States of America by the Andalusia Bicentennial Committee with donations from Citizens of Covington County.
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Army Lt. Philip Nolan monument
Army Lt. Philip Nolan monument
  • Author: SeeMidTN.com (aka Brent) Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-09-20 13:13:01
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°18'30"N - 86°28'56"W
  • "He loved his country as no other man has loved her, but no man deserved less at her hands." Sponsored by the Altrusa Club - July 4, 1975 This is located on the grounds of the Covington County Courthouse in Andalusia, AL. This photo is uploaded in honor of Memorial Day 2018.
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First National Bank Building - Andalusia Alabama
First National Bank Building - Andalusia Alabama
  • Author: Mark E Tisdale - Visual Artist Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-02-11 22:16:11
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°18'27"N - 86°28'55"W
  • A taste of my mother's home town. I grew up hearing this referred to as the Timmerman Building which reflects what it was called when she was younger. These days it's the First National Bank Building which is a name that hearkens even further back to its roots as Andalusia's only "skyscraper." Built in the 1920's by architect Frank Lockwood, it's definitely unique on the Andalusia skyline and looks to be set for renovation and to be used once more. Check out my blog for more on my work, how to contact me, etc.
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Old Main - Andalusia High School Art
Old Main - Andalusia High School Art
  • Author: Mark E Tisdale - Visual Artist Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-09-07 19:46:28
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°18'49"N - 86°28'15"W
  • The high school my mom attended in Andalusia, Alabama. A beautiful old building and still in use as the local high school. My comparatively much newer school here is a pile of rubble now, so that continuity is kind of impressive. Check out my blog for more on my work, how to contact me, etc.
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Former Three Notch School Andalusia AL
Former Three Notch School Andalusia AL
  • Author: POsrUs Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-06-04 17:05:41
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°18'31"N - 86°28'35"W
  • Contributing Building - J W Shreve Addition Historic District - National Register of Historic Places NRIS #09000692 Built 1914 Currently Andalusia City Hall
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To The Lady of Three East Notch Street Marker (Obverse) Andalusia AL
To The Lady of Three East Notch Street Marker (Obverse) Andalusia AL
  • Author: POsrUs Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-06-04 17:06:36
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°18'31"N - 86°28'35"W
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To The Lady of Three East Notch Street Marker (Reverse) Andalusia AL
To The Lady of Three East Notch Street Marker (Reverse) Andalusia AL
  • Author: POsrUs Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-06-04 17:07:11
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°18'32"N - 86°28'35"W
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