Greeneville’s been around for a while. Since 1786, to be exact. Here’s the wiki. It’s had its ups and downs, mainly in the way the streets are laid out in the downtown area (that’s not a jab, it’s just that by walking out the downtown area, I seemed to be either going up a hill or down another).
I’ve always liked this sign. They made use of the available space:
This isn’t a sign, really, and I’m not certain it’s authentic, but I spotted in the downtown area where another building had been torn down. And I figured, hell, I’ve got a camera, might as well get a picture of it.
Ah, yes, Walker Hardware. Really faded. I’ve enhanced this about as much as I can.
If you are heading this way, try to get here for either the Iris Festival in spring or the Renaissance Faire later on. Both are great fun.