McLeod Packing Shed
Seabrook Drive at railroad tracks;(Beaufort County)
R100 012 000 010B 0000
February 12 1997
Historic Core Shape:
Number of Stories:
raised seam metal
pressed metal shingle
National Register Determination:
contributes to listed district
Signficant Architectural Features:
Barn-shaped structure featuring central main section with 2 parallel gable roofs. Two side wings under the gables, one on each side.
Moved from the Brotherhood Phosphate Mine on Battery Creek, early in the twentieth century. Served as the packing facility for the McLeod truck farm operation, which relied on packing and shipping crops via the railroad. This building was oriented towa
Source of Historical Information:
Claude McLeod, current owner; Natalie Harvey, NRHP nomination, 1996.