The town of Port Gibson had a look and feel that, by now, I had come to expect in small Mississippi towns. There’s an impressive courthouse standing behind a roundabout, and at the center stands a Confederate monument.
In addition to its Civil War history, Port Gibson has an interesting downtown with a few neat old signs that are still hanging around.
It looked like there were a few lights on inside the old Trace Theater, but its neon marquee has certainly seen better days.
Washateria? …. then again, I guess when you think about it, “Laundromat” is just about as weird a word.