Charleston Then & Now: 5 Historic Views From The Top

Charleston Then & Now: 5 Historic Views From The Top

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From Marion Square to the Four Corners of Law, thanks to The Charleston Museum and Jason Ogden of Station 28.5 Photography, we’re taking a peek at some of the most iconic sites in Charleston then and now. Scroll on for a view from the top of the Holy City circa the 1900s and today and see if you can spot your favorite sites, then visit the Miller Gallery to purchase a Station 28.5 photo for yourself!

For more throwback scenes, check out these 5 Historic Photos of Charleston’s Beautiful Beach Towns and plan your visit to The Charleston Museum.

Charleston Museum | Station 28.5 Photography
Charleston Museum | Station 28.5 Photography
Charleston Museum | Station 28.5 Photography
Charleston Museum | Station 28.5 Photography
Charleston Museum | Station 28.5 Photography

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