Two carriages owned by Sea Island Carriage Company sit at 1411 Duke Street on Monday afternoon in Beaufort. Walter Gay of Sea Island Carriage Company was recently told by the city of Beaufort that he can no longer store his carriages on the property when they are not in use.  The land is owned by Jim Moss, who recently had the structure on the property demolished.
Two carriages owned by Sea Island Carriage Company sit at 1411 Duke Street on Monday afternoon in Beaufort. Walter Gay of Sea Island Carriage Company was recently told by the city of Beaufort that he can no longer store his carriages on the property when they are not in use. The land is owned by Jim Moss, who recently had the structure on the property demolished. Delayna Earley, The Beaufort Gazette
Two carriages owned by Sea Island Carriage Company sit at 1411 Duke Street on Monday afternoon in Beaufort. Walter Gay of Sea Island Carriage Company was recently told by the city of Beaufort that he can no longer store his carriages on the property when they are not in use. The land is owned by Jim Moss, who recently had the structure on the property demolished. Delayna Earley, The Beaufort Gazette

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