Charlotte was a TERRIBLE city to get around then if you didn’t have a car. It was what my father called a “big old country town”, growing by laps and bounds. North Carolina law allowed a core city to annex any adjacent unincorporated territory, as long as the city provided fire, police and water service. So parts of the city proper were virtually rural.
The bus system, such as it was Continue reading “Music Throwback Saturday: Lonely People”