This fireplace sits directly next to the westbound lanes of New Bern Avenue near the Neuse River bridge. It’s believed to be part of a riverside barbecue restaurant that was demolished a half-century ago.
This fireplace sits directly next to the westbound lanes of New Bern Avenue near the Neuse River bridge. It’s believed to be part of a riverside barbecue restaurant that was demolished a half-century ago. ccampbell@newsobserver.com
This fireplace sits directly next to the westbound lanes of New Bern Avenue near the Neuse River bridge. It’s believed to be part of a riverside barbecue restaurant that was demolished a half-century ago. ccampbell@newsobserver.com

Stone ruins along Neuse River are monument to barbecue, long-gone residents

November 04, 2013 10:15 AM

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