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Sneads Ferry Landmarks

Local Architecture Series

    Photos of older buildings that either currently are or at one time were important centers of the community.

Click Here for the full size image. Use your browsers "Back" button to return.    The Community Center - Located at 126 Park Lane. This is where Sneads Ferry's Annual Shrimp Festival "Shrimparoo" is held, with the festival taking place on the grounds. It also houses the Winter Holiday Festival, Tuesday night Bingo & much More
Click Here for the full size image. Use your browsers "Back" button to return.    Camp Lejeune Back Gate - North Carolina Highway 172 leading into Camp Lejeune's "Back Gate".
Click Here for the full size image. Use your browsers "Back" button to return.    Old Store/Service Station from the late 50's/early 60's. Defunct for over twenty years.
Click Here for the full size image. Use your browsers "Back" button to return.    Sneads Ferry Senior's Center - Located on North Carolina Highway 172. Fully Self Supported.

    Just off Hall Point Road, is one of the longest established, most well known landmarks, the "Riverview Cafe". Directly behind the Riverview, is LT Everett's Seafood. Diners at the Riverview can watch the activity below, as the fishing fleet off loads the day's catch at LT Everett's Docks.

Riverview, from the street.   Riverview, from LT Everett's Gate
Riverview, from the street, at left, or from LT Everett's Gate at right
Miss Jessica
Miss Jessica - Moored at Lt Everett's Seafood Docks.
LT Everett & Son's Seafood More Photos of
Moored Vessels
LT Everett & Sons Seafood
LT Everett's Seafood - The Docks, left, and the Fish house at right.

decorative horizontal rule - filmstrip


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