The Thomas Cotton Gin operated from the mid-1800s to the 1970s. The property also has a peach orchard business, chicken coops and a general store. The property includes the abandoned Thomas farmhouse from the mid-1800s, the Cotton Gin building, barns and even a cottage used by the field hands. All of these locations still contain items and architectural features unique to the Thomas Family Farm, cotton gin and peach orchard operations. The property sits on over 140 acres and contains 8 buildings. Many of the items in the buildings are highly sought-after and increasingly rare collectibles and include paintings of Southern and Civil war scenes, Coca Cola ads and machinery, farm-made furniture and even a custom-build drag racer!
Mark and Diane Thomas
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hey guys i was very interested in your photo of the soldiers but i can’t seem to find out the price.please send me a email with the price so i can see if i can afford it..thank you for your time…james ps ill be waiting for your email
Hi James, thanks for your comment. That item has been sold. Thanks for getting in touch.
Heather – LOVE this series! The locitaon worked as a great contrast to the elegant look of the gown. Thanks for a great shoot, Kyle! We got a lot of great shots in between the on and off rain Love that several are black & white! Look forward to working with you again in the future!