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Salisbury Railroad Corridor Historic District

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Area  10 ha
Year built  1905
Salisbury Railroad Corridor Historic District
Location  Roughly East Council, Liberty, Kerr, Cemetery, Franklin, Lee, and Depot Sts.; also the 300 and 400 blocks of N. Lee St., Salisbury, North Carolina
Architect  Milburn, Frank P.; Et al.
Architectural style  Mission/spanish Revival, Spanish Mission Style
NRHP Reference #  86003460, 03000342 (Boundary Increase)
Added to NRHP  May 13, 1987, May 1, 2003 (Boundary Increase)

Salisbury Railroad Corridor Historic District is a national historic district located at Salisbury, Rowan County, North Carolina. The district encompasses 37 contributing buildings and 1 contributing site consisting primarily of railroad-related and commercial buildings. It largely developed during the first half of the 20th century, and includes notable examples of Mission Revival style architecture. Located in the district is the separately listed Salisbury Southern Railroad Passenger Depot designed by Frank Pierce Milburn. Other notable buildings include the Cheerwine/Carolina Beverage Corporation Building (1913), Yadkin Hotel (1913), Frick Building (c. 1905), Boyden-Overman Company Cotton Warehouse (c. 1910), and Old Freight Depot (c. 1907).

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1987, with a boundary increase in 2003.

References

Salisbury Railroad Corridor Historic District Wikipedia


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