On our way home from Cuba, we drove into Gainesville, Alabama which is home to only a few more than 200 people. There are several antebellum homes and buildings.
This is the coffin shop, est. 1830:
An old Coca-Cola mural:
This is the Presbyterian Church est. 1837 that has a slave gallery that runs along three of the walls, and has six lamps hanging from the ceiling that once burned whale oil: