September 7, 2007

Walkin' Havana

From the North, walkin' into town. You can see to the left that Burger King is the key landmark now. The shade tobacco markets are long gone.
Well-furnished hall for such a small town.
I liked the contrast between the old railroad ties and the golf carts.
The Burger King is open for business; local flavor is dead.
Antique Row. Mostly empty.
Subway has crept its way onto Main Street. The rest was mostly empty.
You're a real town when you've got your own police.
Antique fire department, too.
Crossroads of Havana. North to Georgia, South to Tallahassee.
East and West to antiques.

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