|Railroad Station Art Prints|
|" Seloc "
by Dona & Jerry Locklair
|Item # 03
21" x 15-1/2"
Plus 2" borders
Railroad stations were the hub of many towns in the past. Seloc, named after the Cole family (reverse spelling of Coles) was the forerunner of the present day town of Turbeville, South Carolina. The store there was called J.F. Cole and Sons. Everything that was needed in those days was sold in the country store. Upstairs had a barber shop, and a hand-operated gasoline pump was on the outside. The post office was also inside the store, and the mail wagon picked up the mail from the depot for rural delivery.
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