So much has changed in Charleston, West Virginia, over the years that it’s hard to believe these 11 things have (remarkably) survived. Do you remember them in their prime?

1. The Atlas Building

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2. The Old State Theatre

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It’s now the WVSSPA.

3. The Shoney Museum

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4. The Blossom Dairy

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Apparently it could be reopening?

5. The Fountain Hobby Center – still open!

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6. Here’s the sign before they restored it:

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7. The Quarrier Dinner – still open!

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8. Leonoro’s Spaghetti House

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9. The Custer/Lyric Theater

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It’s now an office building

10. The Staats Building

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11. The LaBelle Theater in South Charleston

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Purchased by the city in 2003 and still in use today!

Photos from our friend Nessa Chan – check out her Flickr channel!

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