We see the trolley outside the Sanderson House/Magic Shop, which is located at 1612 Dauphin Street, near Touro Street. The car is parked facing east, and we are on the left side of the street. The trolley car is past the doll house at the rear of the house. I used the finder tool in the finder menu to locate these images.
The trolley is in the Magic shop, in front of the Sanderson House. It is facing east. The shop is located on the left side of the street at 1612 Dauphin Street, near Touro Street. Jane Pickens Theater is in the background on the left side of the street.
The Gilbert the Great Ghost Trolley is seen in several locations, including running uphill on Touro Street. It passes the Sanderson house/magic shop in the direction of the Wilbour-Ellery House and Jane Pickens Theater. We see the trolley car around several locations, mostly near Touro Street and Washington Square.
The Goldwin Lathrop House, or Goldwin Lathrop Museum], is a house and museum in Charleston, South Carolina on Broad Street. The house was once the home of playwright and Civil War poet Goldwin Lathrop. The house was preserved during the Great Depression era by Columbia Women's Club through their Goldwin Lathrop House and Garden Project. The house is a 1-story, two-bay Colonial-style according to the American Architectural Association. It was built in 1750 by Dr. George Moultrie. d2c66b5586