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Old 08-09-2009, 12:31 AM
 
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I found a place in Crossplains that I really like. I couldn't give you directions to it, since every time I've gone I was with my parents on little day-trips and my dad was driving so I wasn't paying attention. There are also a few here in Murfreesboro, though it seems some may be a tad pricey. However, just Saturday I got a big folder of pristine 78rpm records for a mere $20. They sound great on my phonograph! I also found a great old pocket watch at one of them a few months back. Probably overpaid for it a little, but I really like it so I don't care:
very pretty watch..both atnique malls in murfreesboro are too expensive, nashville is the same...- could not believe what they get for furniture here - and it's not even the really good old stuff either....even on craigslist, some guy will have a really ugly old piece of furniture - calls it an antique and charges a fortune...unreal - it's like a broken down piece of junk from the forties...I did get a deal from someone closing their antique store in bell buckle...how far is crossplains? isn't watertown supposed to be good?
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Old 08-09-2009, 09:07 AM
 
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very pretty watch..both atnique malls in murfreesboro are too expensive, nashville is the same...- could not believe what they get for furniture here - and it's not even the really good old stuff either....even on craigslist, some guy will have a really ugly old piece of furniture - calls it an antique and charges a fortune...unreal - it's like a broken down piece of junk from the forties...I did get a deal from someone closing their antique store in bell buckle...how far is crossplains? isn't watertown supposed to be good?
Thanks! Not sure about Watertown. The store in Cross Plains is just off I-65, a little North of Whitehouse. In fact, I believe it's the exit immediately after the main Whitehouse exit. It's as much junk store as it is antique store, but I always enjoy looking around. Just about any small town around here will have an antique store. I've also visited one in Cowan and South Pittsburg, though I didn't find anything at either of those that I wanted at the time. And let's not forget Cuz's Antiques in Lebanon. Terribly expensive, but they have the wildest and most interesting antiques! I love going there, even though I can't afford to buy anything from them. Make sure to check out the alien head in the front window.
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Old 08-09-2009, 08:56 PM
 
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I live in Cross Plains and its about 12 miles east of Springfield. From Springfield take highway 49 east to highway 25 and that takes you into Cross Plains. There is a junk store in Springfield called Marie's and another one close to it but I can't think of the name.
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Old 08-11-2009, 03:12 AM
 
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I live in Cross Plains and its about 12 miles east of Springfield. From Springfield take highway 49 east to highway 25 and that takes you into Cross Plains. There is a junk store in Springfield called Marie's and another one close to it but I can't think of the name.

thanks.. is that big antique flea market one in Nashville last saturday of the month worth going to?
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Old 01-23-2011, 09:39 PM
 
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Fayetteville, TN. Go there to shop at Sirs's a giant fabric store, eat of slaw burger, and go to antique and junk stores. Frankly, besides one Wal-Mart, that's about all they have is antique stores. While you are there go east over to Lynchburg and tour Jack Daniels Distillery. Lynchburg has lots of antiques and junk shops, too.
sir's fabrics was a huge waste of my time...very disappointing. columbia and lewisburg both have a pretty good supply of junk stores.
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Old 01-23-2011, 09:43 PM
 
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a great place to find junk, vintage, antiques and new gift items is in Columbia at Carter's Creek Station Antiques area. A very wide variety of items from very old to new...in a really beautiful location.
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