Abandoned Antebellum Plantation
Sometimes photo assignments yield interesting results. This abandoned structure is the large antebellum house "Beechwood," home of the Stewart family. It is reportedly within view of the Home of William Wallace, first lieutenant of the "Jackson Grays and has some civil war historic significance to this region. History buffs can find more here: http://civilwartalk.com/threads/a-brief-history-of-the-61st-virginia-company-a-jackson-grays-norfolk-county.88326/
Keywords: Abandoned, Antebellum, Chesapeake, Civil War, Overgrown, Photograph, Plantation, Steve Radcliffe, Stewart Family, Twilight, slrimagery
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