Thursday, February 4, 2016

Chantry House Downtown Salisbury Before Government Office Building


6 comments:

Anonymous said...

That was a beautiful building. To bad it was torn down or burnt down. Does anyone know what happened to it?

Anonymous said...

11:03-I can't tell exactly by the photo,but it may have been demolished to put in the east bound lane of 50.

Anonymous said...

11:03-I can't tell exactly by the photo,but it may have been demolished to put in the east bound lane of 50.

February 4, 2016 at 3:22 PM


WRONG

Anonymous said...

Those old ice cream signs actually have considerable value.I've located them in out of the way places,wherever an old store was.Delvale,Sealtest,Hersheys and Breyers (like the one in the photo above left)seem to be the most prevalent on the shore.

Anonymous said...

Nice before the Thugs ruined America and you know who I am referring too?

Anonymous said...

The whole area, where the government offices and parking lots now are, was torn down to make way for those buildings. When I was a very young child, Santa had his house on the Courthouse lawn and would take breaks at the Chantry House. He was always a jolly Santa.