1928 - Alderson High School - 1968
Causby Tour 6 Causby Parker - 10-26-14 (Click on photos for larger view)
Welcome   to   The   Causby   Photo   Tours.   Causby   Parker   has   set   out   to   photograph   places   and   buildings   in   Alderson and   give   some   information   about   them.   Some   are   the   way   we   have   always   remembered,   while   some   are   not. There   are   links   at   the   bottom   of   the   page   will   take   you   to   the   previous   tour   and   the   next   one.   Please   take   time   to comment. Causby is doing this out of passion for our little town. We hope you enjoy the Causby Photo Tours.
The   Train   Depot   in Alderson   with   it’s   lovely   little   park   where   the   freight   station   once   stood. A   sign   showing   informtion   about renovation. The other side where once many departed and arrived.
Coal train going through town by Woodson-Mohler-Prince building and a tanker train coming into Alderson from the west.
Park   Benches   placed   in Alderson Alumni   Park   in   memory   of   loved   ones.      Memorial   of   Nat   Housby   as   Community   &   Civic leader. Lions Club brick, part of walkway to Gazebo
True   Value   Hardware   Store   at   top   of   hill   coming   off   of   Main   St.   to   new   bridge,   owned   by   the   sons   of   the   late   Kenny Dotson.
The   old   Dr.   Pepper   Plant,   once   ran   by   Leo   Conner,   now owned by an individual.
Entering   Greenbrier   County,   to   the   left,   once   known   as   the Dairy    Bar,    owned    &    operated    by    Louise    Bowyer,    now known   as   The   Big   Wheel,   owned   &   operated   by   Kenny   & Patty Massie.