Jason Queen, 36, of Raleigh, poses at the Carolina Coach Garage and Shop (or Stone’s warehouse) on East Davie Street in downtown Raleigh,. He’s planning to restore 26,000 square feet across the two historic buildings.
Jason Queen, 36, of Raleigh, poses at the Carolina Coach Garage and Shop (or Stone’s warehouse) on East Davie Street in downtown Raleigh,. He’s planning to restore 26,000 square feet across the two historic buildings. Corey Lowenstein clowenst@newsobserver.com
Jason Queen, 36, of Raleigh, poses at the Carolina Coach Garage and Shop (or Stone’s warehouse) on East Davie Street in downtown Raleigh,. He’s planning to restore 26,000 square feet across the two historic buildings. Corey Lowenstein clowenst@newsobserver.com

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