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Tarpon Arcade built in the
1920s was once a hotel, but is now utilized
as an arcade mall. It was restored in 1985.
|Once Tarpon Springs Railroad Depot, the building is now home to the Historical Society and houses quite a collection of Tarpon Springs history.||Rear view of the Tarpon Springs Historical Society.|
of the Tarpon Springs
Cultural Center, this grand old building built in 1915
was once the City Hall. It also housed the police department. A court room in the upstairs doubled as a meeting room for the Church of Christ on Sunday mornings.
|The rear of the Tarpon Springs Cultural Center.|
|The Taylor Arcade built in 1910 held one of Tarpon Springs movie theaters and a pool hall. Later it housed antique shops, but today it is the home of Danny k's Alley Cafe.||The rear and most used entrance of Danny K's.|
Springs City Hall was once
Tarpon Springs Junior and Senior High School.
The Performing Arts Center is also located here.
|Tarpon Springs City Hall and Performing Arts Center.|
|The W. H. Gourley Store built in 1905.||Faklis
Department Store built in
1912 is the oldest
continuous business in Tarpon Springs.
G. W. Fernald Building was
built in 1894 and has the distinction of being the first
building downtown built after a devestating fire that ripped through downtown area. It is now home to the very popular Zone Lounge.
|Tarapani's Department Store was established in 1911. Still owned and operated by the Tarapani family, the building now houses antiques.|
Avenue...looking west on
an early Sunday morning.
This image is east of the biking and walking trail.
|Tarpon Avenue...looking west on the west side of the biking and walking trail.|
|Tarpon Springs Masonic Lodge||The Old Dry Goods Store built in 1912|