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Wilcox Emporium Warehouse

Renovated botanical warehouse in historic downtown offering more than 180 vendors of unique, top-quality antiques, art and co...

Pope Air Force Base

Adjoins Fort Bragg. It is named after First Lt. Harley H. Pope, who was killed in an airplane accident near Fayetteville in ...

Hidden Waters RV Park & Campground

5 mi. south of Robbinsville, NC on Hwy 129 S. Located beside a mountain stream, quiet and serene. Full hookups; bathroom an...

Currituck Club, The

Course Access: ResortHoles: 18Reserve Advance Tee Times: 365 days...

Aurora Fossil Museum

Discover prehistoric man, ocean life fifteen million or more years ago and geological formations. The museum boasts a large ...

Fontana Lake Boating

If you're towing your own boat, TVA has several public access areas; two are close to Bryson City. The Old 288 ramp is west o...


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The Day the Air Force Almost Nuked Goldsboro, North Carolina

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1949 Goldsboro, North Carolina Promotional Film

Historically Goldsboro developed as an important railroad town that connected eastern North Carolina to outside markets. By the 1890s the railroad attracted new industries to Goldsboro. After...

Nuclear 911 - the Goldsboro Nuclear Weapon Accident

A 3.8 Megaton nuclear weapon nearly exploded over Goldsboro North Carolina, a yield 260 times more powerful than the atom bomb that devastated Hiroshima. Although recently declassified ...

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