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Sapelo River, Eulonia

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Shrimp Shack, Eulonia

Some of the best fresh-off-the-boat shrimp on the coast can be found at the Shrimp Shack on US17 near the Sapelo River in Eulonia.They sell the shrimp heads on. It’s not a restaurant, but this family-owned business is known for their high quality Wild Georgia Shrimp and they’ve been in business for over 20 years. They use a price sign similar to one you’d see at a gas station, and if the open sign is on, they’re open. When they run out of shrimp they close. Simple and perfect.

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McIntosh Manor, Circa 1905, Eulonia

Eulonia GA McIntosh Manor Bed and Breakfast US 17 Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing Coastal Georgia USA 2015

This fine old home on US 17 now serves as a bed and breakfast.

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Abandoned House, Eulonia

Eulonia GA McIntosh County Clapboard Vernacular House Abandoned Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing Coastal Georgia USA 2014

The shot below was made through the shade of an ancient oak, which I imagine was the center of life in this yard. Many houses like this are being exposed by land clearing on the inner coast and offer a glimpse into a bygone era.

Eulonia GA McIntosh County Clapboard Vernacular House Abandoned To Be Demolished Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing Coastal Georgia USA 2014

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Eulonia Feed & Seed

 

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Roadside Produce Stand, Eulonia

Roadside stands selling peaches, peanuts, watermelons, and other iconic local crops, seem to be making a huge comeback, as the traffic at this one just off I-95 would attest.

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Eulonia Lodge, 1910, McIntosh County

Similar in style to African-American schoolhouses still extant in the region, this small lodge hall was the home of a fraternal organization. Preservation or stabilization is needed immediately.

 

 

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