North Carolina

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Wally’s Service station, Mount Airy, North Carolina

Wally’s Service station, Mount Airy, North Carolina

Mount Airy, North Carolina — Wally's Service Station at 625 S. Main St., built in 1937, is the real-life inspiration for "Wally's Filling Station" on TV's The Andy Griffith Show, where cousins Gomer Pyle and Goober Pyle both worked. Andy Griffith was born and raised...

Floyd’s Barber Shop, Mount Airy, North Carolina

Floyd’s Barber Shop, Mount Airy, North Carolina

Mount Airy, North Carolina — Floyd's City Barber Shop at 129 N. Main St., owned by barber Russell Hiatt, said to be the real-life inspiration for Floyd Lawson ("Floyd the Barber") on TV's The Andy Griffith Show. Andy Griffith was born and raised in Mount Airy, which...

Snappy Lunch restaurant sign, Mount Airy NC

Snappy Lunch restaurant sign, Mount Airy NC

Mount Airy, North Carolina — Restaurant sign for Snappy Lunch (and Coca-Cola) at 125 N. Main St., where Andy Griffith occasionally ate as a boy growing up in Mount Airy. The restaurant is famous for its pork chop sandwich, created by restaurant owner Charles Dowell,...

North Carolina

An index of blog posts tagged ‘North Carolina’ here at MarkCz.com.

Wally’s Service station, Mount Airy, North Carolina

Mount Airy, North Carolina — Wally's Service Station at 625 S. Main St., built in 1937, is the real-life inspiration for "Wally's Filling Station" on TV's The Andy Griffith Show, where cousins Gomer Pyle and Goober Pyle both worked. Andy Griffith was born and raised...

Floyd’s Barber Shop, Mount Airy, North Carolina

Mount Airy, North Carolina — Floyd's City Barber Shop at 129 N. Main St., owned by barber Russell Hiatt, said to be the real-life inspiration for Floyd Lawson ("Floyd the Barber") on TV's The Andy Griffith Show. Andy Griffith was born and raised in Mount Airy, which...

Snappy Lunch restaurant sign, Mount Airy NC

Mount Airy, North Carolina — Restaurant sign for Snappy Lunch (and Coca-Cola) at 125 N. Main St., where Andy Griffith occasionally ate as a boy growing up in Mount Airy. The restaurant is famous for its pork chop sandwich, created by restaurant owner Charles Dowell,...

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