These people are waiting in front of the Anniston Hotel for the trolley.
These people are waiting in front of the Anniston Hotel for the trolley. Courtesy Paul Jermyn
These people are waiting in front of the Anniston Hotel for the trolley. Courtesy Paul Jermyn

Trolley served Coast in early 1900s until building of seawall

February 19, 2017 12:00 AM

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