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Broad Street Parking

Photos by Frank Christian Collection
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  1. Aerial of Downtown Augusta

    A fantastic aerial photograph of downtown Augusta, looking from around 11th Street all the way down Reynolds and Broad Streets. The 6th Street railroad trestle, followed by the 5t...

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  2. Augusta Coca-Cola Bottling Company

    The Augusta Coca-Cola Bottling Company was located at the corner of 5th Street and Reynolds Street for many years. Today the building, though boarded up, still stands and once can...

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  3. Augusta Ice & Coal

    Augusta Ice & Coal, located at 639 Thirteenth St, was one of the companies that provided needed goods to local citizens. Coal was used to heat homes. Ice had many uses and was of...

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  4. Augusta Police Department

    When this photo was taken, Augusta Police Department was located near the intersection of 9th and Reynolds Street. Here we see squad cars lining 9th Street....

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  5. Augusta School of Aviation, Daniel Field

    At one time, Daniel Field crossed Wrightsboro Road and there were a pair of hangars along with other facilities located at what is now the Daniel Village Shopping Center. Central ...

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  6. Augusta Wholesale Furniture Fire

    A devastating fire swept through the the second and third floors of the Augusta Wholesale Furniture Company, located at 815 Ellis Street, a little after two in the afternoon. A wi...

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  7. Augusta's Fire Company No 2

    In their dress uniforms, these eight brave men of Fire Company Number 2 fought fires with a 1921 American LaFrance 750 gallon triple combination motor pump. As one can see, the t...

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  8. Augusta's First Motorcycle Policemen

    As horses were phased out of the Richmond County Sheriff's Department, policemen were equipped with much quicker transportation. The motorcycle would prove to be an invaluable l...

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  9. Automotive Club in Augusta

    The automobile changed the face and landscape of America. As people experienced the feeling and freedom of the open road, drivers fell in love with the automobile. The evidence o...

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  10. B-17 Flying Fortress

    Crowds gathered to see a B-17 on display in Augusta. Developed before the bombing of Pearl Harbor, the Boeing B-17 long-range bomber would prove to be an invaluable asset and work...

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  11. Barrett Plaza

    Once upon a time, visitors who came to Augusta via railroad would disembark and step through the doors of Union Station to be greeted by Barrett Plaza. The square was once a sourc...

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  12. Big Steve

    Built in 1860 and located at the intersection of Eight and Greene Streets, Big Steve was the warning system that the city of Augusta depended on for fire detection. In a time when...

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