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History on the move at Blount Street Commons 

Click for larger image • The Merrimon-Wynne home, a classic 19th-century Victorian mansion weighing around 250 tons, is moved across Blount Street to its new location in the Blount Street Commons redevelopment project near downtown Raleigh.

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