In lieu of the wrecking ball, an entire city block of Victorian homes was relocated and restored to make way for the new Kroger in Savannah's Historic District.
The upper-half of the house being lifted by a crane.
Moving a house to its new location.
This farmhouse, the last remaining plantation home in Savannah, was scheduled for demolition when Ramsey discovered it. It is believed to have been used as a refuge in the underground railroad.
Realizing the history that would be lost with this home, Ramsey decided to move it to a new location.
And set upon the lower-half, to be taken to their new location.
The house, recomposed in its new location.