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December 18, 2016


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I believe that's the Market House in Fayetteville, North Carolina?

Al Brophy

Owen is, as always, right. This is quite an impressive building -- but I think wikipedia is incorrect when it says this is the only building like it in US. I'm pretty sure I've seen a similar market building (with open stalls on the ground floor and an enclosed, public space above) at least one other time. I want to say it was on a trip to Harper's Ferry. I stopped by some neighboring towns in West Virginia. I'm pretty sure one of those towns has a quite similar looking, antebellum public market. But I'm going to need to think on this some more.

Captain Hruska Carswell, Continuance King

1415 days left until November 3, 2020. Happy New Year back.

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