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Bull Durham Plant

Posted by on September 9, 2013
The Bull Durham Plant was built in 1874 and remains to this day the oldest building in downtown Durham. American Tobacco ceased operations in 1987, and the facility remained vacant until a three-year renovation began in 2005. Now known as A.T. Campus, it hosts concerts and art exhibits and has numerous restaurants and other mercantile operations. Located next to Durham Performing Arts Center and Bull Durham Triple A baseball, it is a great entertainment venue. The first two pictures date back to 1905 and 1910, respectively, while the third is from the 1940s. oldbullbuilding_1905 BullDurCir1910 americantobacco_frmtrks_SW_1940s AmTob  

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