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Phase two begins for downtown construction

History is being revealed in Downtown Thomasville. (Source:WALB) History is being revealed in Downtown Thomasville. (Source:WALB)
"A lady was walking down the side walk and stopped and said this is great, I love this!" said Wayne Newsome, Assistant city engineer for Thomasville. (Source:WALB) "A lady was walking down the side walk and stopped and said this is great, I love this!" said Wayne Newsome, Assistant city engineer for Thomasville. (Source:WALB)
The intersection of Broad street and Remington avenue has seen lots of construction in the past few weeks.(Source:WALB) The intersection of Broad street and Remington avenue has seen lots of construction in the past few weeks.(Source:WALB)
It is suggested that you don't use the angled street parking while the construction is going on.  (Source:WALB) It is suggested that you don't use the angled street parking while the construction is going on. (Source:WALB)
THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) -

History is being revealed in Downtown Thomasville.

Phase two of a project to uncover historic bricks on Broad Street started Monday.

The intersection of Broad street and Remington avenue has seen a lot of construction in the past few weeks.

Since the city discovered historic bricks under the paved roads downtown, they have been working to uncover them to highlight the area's history.

City leaders said they've received a great response from the community since they started this construction

"A lady was walking down the side walk and stopped and said this is great, I love this!" said Wayne Newsome, Assistant city engineer for Thomasville.

The first part of the construction will start on the east side of the street.

It is suggested that you don't use the angled street parking while the construction is going on.

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