Town Square photography was a store  located on the corner of Main Street and Town Square. Film roles, videotapes, disposable-, digital- and video camera’s could be purchased here.

This shop was full of details and references to the life in the early 1900’s. For example, electric wiring was placed in plain view on the ceiling, a common thing to do for people that could afford electricity and wanted to show of to their visitors. Another example was the party line phone. Many telephones in one street or area where connected to one single phone line, so users could easily eavesdrop on each other while making calls.


Town Square Photography was closed and demolished on the inside to make way for New Century Notions – Flora’s Unique Boutique