Friday, March 11, 2016

Exploring Historic Murfreesboro - Part 5 of 5

A Walking Tour

Finishing East Main 

and Going Around Town

See Part 1 Here
Part 2 Here  Part 3 Here Part 4 Here

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The owner of the house said that he did not know what was in this area. I think that it was a stained glass panel. Sidney thinks it may have been a clock.

Dean and Sidney at the original well in the center of the Square

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