Market Street in Salem, VA, looking north across Main Street toward the Alleghenies. St. Paul’s Episcopal Church is at left.
I’m a Yankee. Sooner or later, I had to find myself on Union Street.
The house you see in the third and fourth photos has just GOT to be haunted.
And that giant sawed-off tree trunk would make an INCREDIBLE fortress for G.I. Joes.
… in Salem, Virginia. It had such character that I had to snap a photo.
This shot was taken from Calhoun Street; the front of the building is a storefront facing Main.
Erected 1909, facing East Main Street.
Seen at an antique shop on West Main Street in Salem, Virginia.
This building had too much character for me not to photograph it. It is the former site of the Peacock-Salem Launderers and Cleaners on Colorado Street in Salem.
The business is not defunct — they actually just moved elsewhere in town five years ago. Prior to that, the building below was used since 1935.