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Columbia: Columbia Winter Night Columbia: First Citizens tower at night Columbia: Columbia Skyline from the Lexington County side Columbia: From the steps of City Hall. User comment: That's not city hall. It's the state capitol.
Columbia: Downtown Columbia, SC as seen from Finlay Park Columbia: Skyline from the Finlay Park area Columbia: LocalColaColor Columbia: The Columbia Skyline on a bright, clear day
Columbia: Columbia skyline from West Columbia Columbia: Oliver Gospel Mission on the corner of Assembly and Taylor Columbia: Bridge and watercourse, Memorial Park Columbia: African American History Monument on the SC Statehouse grounds
Columbia: Columbia South Carolina Columbia: Columbia Canal Esplanade Columbia: The Columbiana Grand Theater, 1250 Bower Parkway, on a lazy August evening. Columbia: First Citizens Bank Corporate Headquarters Building plaza
Columbia Columbia: Columbia skyline from I-126 Columbia: Looking east on Gervais Street where it ends at Dearborn Road. This is at an edge of Columbia; the trees and house at the bottom of the hill are in Forest Acres. The house with the pink roof is very new, and does not yet appear in aerial photos. Columbia: First Citizens Bank Corporate Headquarters Building plaza
Columbia: Main Street, downtown Columbia Columbia: Street Scene, Downtown Columbia, SC Columbia: Five Points Fountain in the Five Points village Columbia: Strom P.E. Center on USC campus
Columbia: USC Horseshoe Columbia: Sesquicentennial Park Columbia: From Interstate I-77 Columbia: SC state capital building 1965
Columbia: View from Williams-Brice Stadium Skybox during the CU vs. USC SC's rival game in 2007 Columbia: Columbia skyline coming from North Main St. Columbia: Capitol Building and Strom Thurmond statue Columbia: main street
Columbia: Flamingo at the Columbia SC Zoo Columbia: On the left is the Strom Thurmond Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse, built 1975-1979, architect Marcel Breuer. It is in the Brutalist style. I like the brise soleils around the windows, which are in the form of the letter F, perhaps for Federal. On the right is 1801 Assembly St, the former VA building. It was built 1951 or 1952. Columbia: South Carolina State Capitol Buliding Columbia: River Lock Building
Columbia: Looking north on Pickens Street in Columbia, South Carolina as it passes beneath a footbridge of the University of South Carolina. The footbridge is at the position of College Street, which has been absorbed into the University at that point. Columbia: Hilton Columbia Center Columbia: Friendly Giraffe at the Columbia Zoo Columbia: Palmetto Health Richland hospital, 5 Medical Park building
Columbia: A view looking northward on Assembly Street, in Columbia, South Carolina. The backside of the offices of the state government block all but the dome of the State House. The tall buildings are (from left to right) the 106 meter Capitol Center, the 85 meter Tower at 1301 Gervais which most people would call the Wilbur Smith building, and the Cornell Arms Apartments. Taken on January 11th, 2009. Columbia: Wet Willie's on Gervais Street in the Congaree Vista. 2009-09-06. Columbia: the lock Columbia: Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center
Columbia: Well-kept Church in Downtown Columbia, SC Columbia: Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center Columbia: House of Representatives, inside the Statehouse Columbia: Columbia 1980's Aerial
Columbia: SC state capital building 1965 Columbia: Riverbanks Zoo, Columbia, SC Columbia: State House in Downtown Columbia, SC Columbia: The State Capitol Building in Columbia, SC
Columbia: These slides were taken by by 84 year old dad in the year of 1965.  They are un-altered from original form. Location is the near the SC state capital building in Columbia. Our family relocated 01/01/65 from Massachuetts to Columia SC.  Permission has been granted by Francis L. Bliven,Sr. to post pics.  Beverly Bliven Cranford. Columbia: A view of the Women's Quadrangle of the University of South Carolina. The building catching the sunlight is Wade Hampton (#119), a residence hall for first-year female students. To its right and less visible, with columns and a cupola, is Sims (#120), which is also a 1st-year gal's dorm. Picture taken from Greene Street on January 8th, 2009. Columbia: downtown Columbia Columbia: The Keenan Fountain/
Columbia: Skyline of downtown Columbia from Governor's Hill Columbia: downtown Columbia from the banks of the Congaree River Columbia: Gervais Street Bridge Over the Congaree River Columbia: Congaree River
Columbia: Waterfall (Finlay Park) Columbia: Finley Park Columbia: Columbia Museum of Art, downtown Columbia, SC Columbia: This is a portion of the newly constructed CanalSide development in Columbia, South Carolina. The two buildings lining the newly created extension of Taylor Street are designed to resemble an older style of construction in the area. The other buildings in the complex are more modern. The development is on the 23 acre site of the Central Correctional Institution, and blocks from the old prison are being used as wall and benches amongst the condominiums. Some of the granite stones can be seen in this photograph. Shot looking west from the corner of Taylor Street and Williams Street, Columbia, SC 29201 on ęDecember ę31, ę2008.
Columbia: This is a disused practice tower for the Columbia Fire Department, located off Park Street in Columbia, South Carolina. To the right is the rear of what used to be the headquarters of the dept. The city is still searching for a use for this property. The State House dome can be seen in the background. Picture taken January 8th, 2009. Columbia: University of South Carolina's Historic Horseshoe Columbia: Meridian tower Columbia: University of South Carolina
Columbia: Beautiful Architecture in Downtown Columbia, SC Columbia: Intersection of Main and Lady Streets Columbia: SC state capital building 1965 Columbia: MERIDIAN BUILDING MAIN ST. COLUMBIA,SC
Columbia: Sesquicentennial Park Columbia: The Senate Street planted median, behind which is the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center Columbia: SC state capital building 1965 Columbia: Very cheap gasoline as Sportsman's Warehouse off I-26 (yeah right)
 

 

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