Tag Archives: Endangered Places of Coastal Georgia

Abandoned House, Everett City

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Filed under -GLYNN COUNTY, Everett City GA

Gable Front House, Liberty County

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Sheppard’s Grocery, 1940s, Allenhurst

Darrell Sheppard writes: The old building in Allenhurst was Sheppard’s Grocery. It was built by Troy Allen Sheppard, Sr., after leaving Willie, Georgia, in the 1940s. It had the living quarters in the rear. After his death in 1967 Troy Sheppard, Jr., opened an auto electric repair and operated it until his death in 1991. It now belongs to Darrell Sheppard.

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Lanier, Georgia

Located between Pembroke and Ellabell on US 280, Lanier was established in 1893 and a post office operated here until 1955.

One viewer has identified this as the Stubbs turpentine commissary, but I can’t confirm that at this time.

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Filed under -BRYAN COUNTY, Lanier GA

Gable Front House, Ellabell

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Shotgun House, Ellabell

This unusual shotgun house is half the depth of a normal version and features ornamentation uncommon in Georgia examples.

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Corner Gable House, Bryan County

Located near Pembroke on US 280, this abandoned house features unusual corner gables. The photograph was made in 2016, so the house may be gone by now.

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