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Alamance County Photo Tour Pt. 1

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Here are some pictures I took yesterday of downtown Mebane, a fast growing community on the eastern edge of Alamance County...

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The Corner of 2nd Street and Clay Street

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Clay Street

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Martinho's Pizza Shop

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Sidewalk Dining

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Local Barber Shop

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Center Street

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Downtown Gym

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The new Mebane Public Library converted from an old mill

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Notice what the bicycle rack spells

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Yesterday afternoon I decided to take a photo tour of downtown Mebane. Mebane's Downtown is experiencing a renewel as Mebane continues to grow at a high rate fueled by the growth of Triangle mostly. Mebane expands into Orange County and is the only Alamance County city with decent land use planning (as of now). Many Duke/UNC professionals call Mill Creek in Northwest Mebane home. Graham is my next stop.

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cool pics! i haven't actually been to mebane in 10 years.

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I remember probably 5-10 years ago there was a Super 10 where the pizza place w/ the sidewalk dining is now. My how things change lol

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Wow, four way traffic signal... in NC!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Great pics of Mebane :)

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Also I have these...

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A Mural of Mebane in the 19th Century located on Center St

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Center St

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I've seen Mebane from the train you photographed and thats about it. I really haven't explored any areas east of Greensboro so thanks for the pics. Can't wait till the next batch.

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