Painted Tin Building, Rayle

This building is sided with tin false brick siding which was painted at one time. I’m unsure of its use; the lack of windows on the side would indicate it wasn’t a residence, but it’s possible they were covered when the building was sided.

2 thoughts on “Painted Tin Building, Rayle

  1. Jack Enterline

    Sir: Love the contribution you are making to historical Georgia. May I make a small suggestion to enhance your site. In the upper right-hand corner place a small outlined map of Georgia with all her counties delineated. Fill-in with red the county that the particular picture applies to. Associating the general locale with the picture will add more meaning for your subscribers and to your wonderful efforts. My kind regards ~ Jack Enterline, Sugar Hill, Georgia.


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