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A.J. White Service Station, Acworth, Georgia
Georgia, USA
On Main Street in Acworth, Georgia, the A.J. White Service Station is long abandoned, but a treasure3d landmark for this thriving community.
Copyright: James Womack
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Caricate: 04/05/2012
Aggiornato: 21/07/2014
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Tags: a.j. white station; service station; acwoth; georgia; usa
  • Rick Kienel over 1 year ago
    Just went by the location (May 3, 2013) and A J White's was being bulldozed. I remember it from growing up in Acworth in the 1950's and playing Little League at Coat's and Clark Field. Awww.......
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